A recent study found that 42% of young Arabs are considering emigrating abroad, while the UAE is at the forefront of the destinations they want to live and settle in.
The study, which was conducted by the international research firm “PSB”, said 40 percent of young Arabs thought they would emigrate permanently from their country.
For the ninth year in a row, the United Arab Emirates was at the forefront of countries where Arab youth want to immigrate and live.
According to the survey, young people see the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United States as the most important emerging powers in terms of foreign relations.
Meanwhile, one in three young Arabs intend to migrate abroad due to the consequences of the Corona epidemic, which has severely affected the economy.
And 77% of young people surveyed believed corruption still existed despite the Corona pandemic, and they believed the epidemic would lead to more political unrest.
And 66% of young people confirmed that religious institutions in Arab countries really need a reform process.
The survey showed the worsening of personal loans for young Arabs, while finding work has become more difficult in light of the Corona pandemic.
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