Graduate leaving stats 'consistent with a brain drain'
Figures indicating more graduates left Wales than arrived between 2013 and 2016 "would be consistent with a brain drain", Cardiff Business School economist Prof Andrew Henley has said.
There are calls for more investment in jobs for graduates, after the statistics were published in a report by the Resolution Foundation think-tank.
The Welsh Government said Wales' retention of graduates was similar to many other parts of the UK.
22 Aug 2017
- From the section Wales politics