Some people believe that professionals, such as doctors and engineers, should be required to work in the country where they did their training. Others believe that they should be free to work in another country if they wish.

Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.



While some say that highly educated individuals, for instance, doctors and engineers, must operate in the nation where they did their studies, others and I disagree as every person is entitled to the right to choose where they want to work.


On the one hand, training people to be professionals is a very costly process that is paid for by other residents. Governments should fund the education process and build universities with training facilities. Basically, this cost is provided by taxpayers who have the right to think that their money should be paid back by highly qualified people working in their own country. For example, the Syrian prime minister said in an interview that each doctor cost the government more than 50 thousand dollars, and 80% of them had left the country in the last ten years.


On the other hand, working abroad is more beneficial for individuals and for their own countries. professionals who work in other countries than their own, usually gain more experience as they encounter different challenges. Therefore, they can use this knowledge to improve their skills and develop their own countries when they come back or on annual leaves. to illustrate, a group of Syrian engineers living in Europe have established an institute to train freshly graduated engineers in Syria. Two engineers who finished their training in the same institute with the help of their trainers have found a solution for the desertification in the northeast of Syria by using the latest technologies provided by a donation from Syrians abroad.


to conclude, despite the expensive cost to train highly educated individuals, this can be paid back by their gained knowledge that they will transfer it back to their community which I believe it is more important and beneficial.

While some say that highly educated individuals, for instance, doctors and engineers, must operate (unnatural word choice.) in the nation where they did their studies, others and I disagree as every person is entitled to the right to choose where they want to work.


On the one hand, training educating people to be professionals is a very costly process that is paid for by the local other residents. Governments should fund the education systems process and build universities with training facilities. Basically, this cost is provided by taxpayers who have the right to think (People have the right to think about anything that comes in their heads. You need a better argument.) are justified in thinking that their money should be paid back by the university graduates highly qualified people working in their own country. For example, the Syrian prime minister said in an interview that each doctor cost the government more than 50 thousand dollars, and 80% of them had left the country in the last ten years.

On the other hand, working abroad is more beneficial for individuals and for their own countries. (Every sentence begins with a capital letter.) professionals who work in other countries than their own, usually gain more experience as they encounter different challenges. Therefore, they can use this knowledge to improve their skills and develop their own countries when they come back or on annual leaves. to illustrate this, a group of Syrian engineers living in Europe have established an institute to train freshly graduated engineers in Syria. Two engineers who finished their training in the same institute with the help of their professors trainers have found a solution for the desertification in the northeast of Syria by using the latest technologies provided by a donation from Syrians abroad. (I do not understand how this relates to the topic. It is not about people leaving their home country and working abroad. It is about people working in the country where they went to university. You need to give a relevant example. )


to conclude, despite the expensive cost to educate people in colleges and universities train highly educated individuals, this can be paid back by their gained knowledge that they will transfer it back to their community which I believe it is more important and beneficial. (That is off-topic. Most of your essay is not focused on the topic.) )

In American English, we do not use the word "training" for university degrees. Training is for athletes. Training is for short courses in computer skills or how to use the safety equipment. Training is also for the trades, such as plumber or electrician.

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Majd2022Some people believe that professionals, such as doctors and engineers, should be required to work in the country where they did their training. Others believe that they should be free to work in another country if they wish.

Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

In this case, there are two situations to write about.

Here is the first position: "He should be required to to work in the country where he did his training."

1) The student leaves his home country and gets his degree in a foreign country. He has to stay in that foreign country to work and not return to his native country.

2) The student gets a degree in a school in his native country. After graduation, if he gets a fabulous job offer in a foreign country, he will be prohibited from accepting that job.

Here is the second position: "He can go anywhere he wants to after graduation"

In either situation 1 or situation 2, he can decide to work in his native country, or he can decide to take a job abroad.