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Reverse Migration: Ecuador Lures Nationals Back Home From Troubled Spain


Ecuador, in search of qualified workers to fuel the economy, is actively trying to lure its nationals back home from Spain, which is mired in Europe's ongoing debt crisis, reports Madrid-based daily ABC.

The Ecuadorian government has announced an offer of 20,000 jobs reserved specifically for its citizens who have emigrated to Spain. The agreement is part of the “Welcome Back Home Plan,” spearheaded by Lorena Escudero, the country's minister for migration policies.
The initiative is one of many by the South American nation of 15 million to improve access to employment and provide training for migrants who want to come back. Ecuadorians can register on an online portal called “Red Socio Empleo” (Socio-job Network), under the heading for “Spain Migrants”, fill a questionnaire and opt for one of 20,000 vacancies.

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