An increasing number of professionals, such as doctors and teachers, are leaving their own poorer countries to work in developed countries. What problems do this cause? What solutions can you suggest to deal with this situation?
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|Answer the Question||||Given that this can lead to several problems, identifying them is key to finding appropriate solutions.|
ĐOẠN 1 VIẾT PROBLEM
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There are several issues resulting from N/V-ing, (the most serious of which relate to N1 + N2)
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First, S + V
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Another problem could be that S + V
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ĐOẠN 2 VIẾT SOLUTION
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There are also various measures that can be taken (by A and B) to address the situation.
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First, S + V
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Another solution could be that S + V/ Furthermore, S + V
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|CONCLUSION||Paraphrase the Answer ||||In conclusion, despite problems (on N1 and N2) that can be imposed by N/V-ing, steps can be taken to alleviate these issues|
(1) Raise concerns: gây ra những nỗi lo lắng
(2) The scarcity of
(3) Brain drain: chảy máu chất xám
(4) Inadequacy of something = lack of something
(5) Place more burdens on: đặt nhiều gánh nặng lên ai đó
(6) Benefits and incentives
(7) Affluent (adj) = rich = wealthy
|In recent years, there has been a growing trend towards immigrating of professionals from underdeveloped and developing countries to developed ones. While this move has raised many concerns, especially for governments as it breeds many detrimental effects, there are still methods that can be taken to tackle this pattern.
It is clear that there are several issues resulting from this trend. What appears the most serious can be the scarcity of the workforce, especially experts in academic fields in poorer countries. For example, Vietnam has suffered seriously from brain drain as many well-educated teachers have moved and settled in the USA or European countries, leading to the inadequacy of lecturers at universities. Another problem could happen to affluent countries as the competition for study or job opportunities increases. Consequently, despite being talented, those who cannot compete with others would not be able to attend colleges or would become jobless, which in turn would place more burdens on governments in developed countries.
Nevertheless, various measures can be taken to alleviate the situation. First, it is admitted that many doctors and teachers migrate to developed countries as those countries offer them better benefits and incentives, such as higher salaries or better education chances. Therefore, it is poorer governments who should pay more attention on retaining talents by ensuring that they are well-paid and deeply cared. Furthermore, there is a reality that numerous professionals are given chances by governments to move to developed countries for exchange programs or getting higher education, and they do not come back. In order to deal with these cases, conditions of coming back, even strict punishments, should be included in agreements between governments and professionals.
In conclusion, despite many problems that can be derived from migrating to developed countries of professionals, steps can be taken to address the situation.
It is something/ somebody who/ which/where/ when
It is Tuesday when I had my online class.
It is poorer goverments who should pay more attention on…