International labor migration has emerged as a major global issue that affects most nations in the world and ranks high on the international, regional and national policy agendas. The main aim of this paper is to characterize the rate of labor emigration in conditions of Slovak republic, as same as motives of labor migration of those persons, whose were born in Slovakia and also achieved at least first grade of higher education and then, because of many conditions, voluntarily or forcibly have emigrated to work abroad. At the beginning of the paper we have pointed to current status of solving problem, as well as to theoretical background of this topic. Next, we characterize the main goal and also methods, which were using in this paper. The final part consists of survey, which was based on questionnaire survey (based on replies of 110 people). We also analyze and collect data about labor emigration from Statistical Office of the Slovak republic.
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