In the past two years, only three students have been studying meteorology. If this trend continues, the state will face a shortage of meteorologists because in the next five years a large number of employees will exercise their right to retire from the Hydrometeorological Administration.
Limited employment opportunities, the experiences of previous generations of graduated meteorologists who are still waiting for employment, the lack of scholarships and unattractive studies with low monthly income are only part of why young people choose to study meteorology less and less.
In the next three to four years, the country will be left with only a few graduate meteorologists. If those who have been waiting for employment for a long time and who graduated with love from meteorology are not employed, the situation will worsen dramatically.