According to a Mind Share survey,  more than 50% of the 2,000-odd Singaporean polled agreed or strongly agreed that, “given a choice, I would like to migrate”. The results of the survey hardly surprised me. We all know that push and pull factors always come into play when people decide whether to migrate or not. For most people, the desire for a better quality of life and career advancement are the most common priorities. However, besides these two aspects, the survey revealed that there are actually much more push factors that compelled Singaporeans for wanting to desert their nation Among the issues which Singaporeans are not happy about are: political leaders being paid too much, inability to retire comfortably in Singapore, high medical costs, foreign talent taking up job opportunities, huge housing loans, sky-high public housing prices and lack of priority for Singaporeans when it comes to job opportunities.For the …