Since the Baltic States joined the European Union in 2004, the gates have been open to many Estonians to study and work abroad in Europe without restrictions. This has created an issue of many people opting to take that opportunity and not return to their home country. Understandably, a tendency like that is most strongly felt in a country with a population of just over one million. Many politicians feel that this is a threat to a successful Estonia, and this view is mirrored in the wider public.According to governmental data, around 150,000-200,000 Estonians live abroad. It is esti...
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