From 2003 until now, 276,124 EU citizens have applied to go to another member state to work on a permanent basis with their profession. The countries experiencing the most brain drain have been Poland (33,207 professionals), Germany (29,670), Romania (26,496), Greece (22,260) and the UK (21,519). At the same time, the UK has been the country with the most brain gain as well: 76,956 professionals moved here after obtaining their qualification in another EU country, followed by Germany (38,343), Belgium (22,835), Cyprus (22,834) and Austria (19,625).
Wygrywa właściwie więc głównie UK. Austria i Czechy to jednak niespodzianka.