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Key Findings -Participation in business activities are associated with a lower likelihood of migration, especially among youth; -Wage or salaried employment in the private non-agricultural sector is associated with a higher likelihood of migration; -When broken out by age group, however, participation in a high-return wage or salaried activity is associated with a lower likelihood of migration among youth; -Overall participation in business or wage and salaried employment is quite low among the youth and young adult population; -The perceived ability to buy and sell land is associated with a higher likelihood of migration among youth and those who choose to move to another rural destination; and -Access to titled land is negatively correlated with likelihood of migration to rural areas among young adults.

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