To Stay or Leave Pakistan: A Critical Query for Youth


  • Muhammad Abdullah Idrees Idrees KASB Institute of Technology
  • Ayesha Khan Bahria University


Emigration, Corruption, Inflation, Poverty, Instability of Economy, Unemployment


This study was undertaken to know the opinion of the youth regarding their preferences for stay in the country. It has also been made to know the opinion of those who prefer to go out of the country. In this research personal survey method has been used in the form of Questionnaires. In order to collect primary data, the questionnaire survey technique and Random sampling is used. One sample t-test was used to test the hypothesized relationship between emigration with corruption, inflation, poverty and instability of economy. The results shown of this study that many respondents are agreed with all statement except education, overpopulation and social unrest therefore our most of the hypothesis are accepted and test is insignificant. Study has revealed that illiteracy is that factor which does effect on people lives it could be the cause behind emigration. In addition, majority has disagreed from this statement that education does effect on departure. it is believed that education is not a cause behind emigration in fact, it is the motivated factor to get education. it is also concluded that overpopulation does not effect on emigration however it has increased the segregate demand and decreased segregate supply in country therefore many people has devastated their lives. Inflation has been increased with increases of poverty and unemployment in Pakistan, made study that there is stag inflation in Pakistan since long time. As this study has concluded that there is no such need to go abroad but these hygiene factors forced to go there in order to get life secured and developed, where there will be many opportunities to earn more save and life can be live without any violence.




How to Cite

Idrees, M. A. I., & Khan, A. . (2022). To Stay or Leave Pakistan: A Critical Query for Youth. IKSP Journal of Business and Economics, 2(2), 25-32. Retrieved from