This is nothing inherent to Haiti. Young people all over the...

Bernadette - May 30 2012, 11:01 PM

This is nothing inherent to Haiti.

Young people all over the world when they cannot find jobs they migrated to other parts of the country or to other parts of the world.

If we want to keep our skilled workers, we have to create jobs to retain them otherwise they will continue to leave.

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