Foreign Affairs says Iran’s economy will be driven by human talent not oil

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Iran’s economy will be driven after the end of sanctions by its abundant resources of human talent, the cover story of the latest edition of six-time a year Foreign Affairs magazine.

“…further economic growth in Iran will not hinge on oil revenue alone: the nation is home to a young, skilled labor force, 20 percent of which is college-educated,” Foreign Affairs says. “This stands in glaring contrast with the faster-growing economies of Brazil and India, in which laborers with a tertiary education account for less than 10 percent of the workforce.”

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