Limiting Immigration Is Limiting Opportunities.
Everyone immigrates as they have their own reasons. Some people immigrate as they want to work somewhere. Some people immigrate as they love the culture of another countries. Some people immigrate because of their own personal reasons. However, this morning, what I want to point out is, nowadays, immigration is still a hot topic whether it should be limited and the immigration debate is still going on.
1. Job Opportunities
Population growth means that there will be a huge demand in a certain country. This will definitely increase the rate of unemployment of certain country. In 1993, the same year 256,703 people arrived from all over the world, Canada’s unemployment rate shot to 11.4%, the highest level in decades. We take Canada as an example. In 1993, there are 256,703 people from all over the world landed Canada. The rate of unemployment increases dramatically which is 11.4%. It was the highest level in decades which made Canada decided to limit the immigration the following year.
2. Less investors will invest in country
A great growth in population will definitely cause pollution problem such as air pollution, sound pollution and so on. In fact, overcrowding of the country will rise the rate of crimes. Thus, a country will face security problem and the national security will be in a high demand. The government needs to spend additional cost to solve the security problem. Besides, a big population will lead to the lack of resources. When there are lots of problem happened in a certain country, I am sure this will decrease the confidence and the interest of the rich investors to invest in the country.
3. Changes the cultures of a country
A country’s culture will be affected by the country’s immigration. Different countries have different cultures! For instance, in Eastern countries especially in Asia, most of the people cannot accept...
...Better Care for a BetterFuture
Imagine sitting in a hospital, watching a family member suffer. Due to their illness, they are forced to stay in this hospital for an extended amount of time. The environment is nothing like home and it is extremely uncomfortable. Even though time is flying, it feels like everything is moving so slow. It’s hard to believe that something so horrible could be happening to someone that is loved so much. You would do anything to see them get better, but the technology and care needed to provide a complete healing is not available at this hospital. Every little thing that is done wrong it so frustrating and you just want to scream. Your entire world is falling apart. It is too late to move somewhere else that might be able to be more beneficial. What could have been done to provide better care? Why did it take so long to realize this hospital did not have the proper technology and medical care? What would you do to do everything over and find a better hospital? To feel completely comfortable with the possibilities that are provided and to be able to heal and rest in a stable and environment that can be very similar to their home?
Many hospitals do not have the proper technology or staff to give their patients the best possible treatment that they deserve. The time that a patient stays in the hospital can...
...but the news to watch, you will eventually concede and start actually paying attention to it for some “entertainment”. I eventually kept saying the same thing to myself; “This part of the city, this hotel, and those robbers would be all in better conditions not just economically but generally, if our elected officials (at the state and federal levels) didn’t always spend their time arguing or campaigning, but actually trying to work together to make life better for the citizens of the United States” (REWORD).
The more I developed opinions, the more I really looked forward to working shifts there -- it was a place to sit down and watch the news, once a week. To get involved in the government, through knowledge and awareness.
By June 2012, the hotel was set to be shut down and demolished by the state in pursuit of a massive highway reconstruction project on US-31. Walking out of the doors for the last time in 8 years, the doors I smeared my fingerprints on as a hyper 7 year old and cleaned as a 14 year old, I was set on what I wanted to do as an adult -- public service, in the government. I want to serve one day as a representative of the people, one that focuses in the end on addressing the issue and compromising, for the sake of our future.
A friend of mine at school, whose political views I share, suggested that I start a CHS Young Democrats club. I consider myself a Democrat -- but I saw...
...these hard times, Iacocca knew that he needed help, and the only place to go was to the U.S. Government. While it seemed a long-shot, Iacocca explained to Congress that “if Chrysler collapsed it would cost the country 2.75 billion dollars alone in unemployment benefits” (Cole, 2004, Method section, para 20). In addition, Iacocca decreased management salaries considerably (including his own for $1 year) and went to work. With the government subsidy, Chrysler initiated a new, aggressive campaign and “…paid back the loans a full seven years ahead of their due date” (Cole, 2004, Method section, para 25). Chrysler – and Iacocca’s – success is an example of how government subsidies, when managed properly, are a positive action in the government.
WHAT ARE GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES
Subsidies are, in its most basic terms, funds provided by the government or other party to businesses to supplement construction or operating costs. There are several different types of subsidies issued by the Government. Among them:
• Loans and Loan Guarantees: These can be short- or long-term and must be paid back. The interest rates are dependent on the borrower’s creditworthiness.
• Debt Forgiveness: The money owed by the borrower is forgiven or deemed a non-recurring subsidy.
• Tax Forgiveness or Deferral: Tax payments are either less than owed or deferred.
• Provision of Goods and...
...Does Immigration Contribute to a Better America?
With the increased fears of terrorism since the September 11, 2001 attack on the Twin Towers, a sense of strong nationalism among United States citizens has emerged. However, with this positive sense of nationalism has come misguided xenophobia. This heightened sense of fear is what drives United States citizens towards reactionary policies. Critics like Peter Brimlow in his Common Sense About Americas Immigration Disaster warns Americas of the massive influx of non-American immigrants into the United States. He stressed the ramifications of the “demographic mutation” (pg 40) that America is undergoing and the fear that this country will become a “freak” (pg 40) among the world’s nations. The Immigration policy is an extremely relevant issue in today’s society. Although, the idea of immigration being a “crisis” allows for misinterpretation. Many Americans fail to take into consideration the positive effects that a highly diverse country brings to each individual person. Evidence of the social, cultural, national and economical effects indeed show that with the proper regulations and implementations, immigration contributes to a better America.
In the words of Phillippe Legrain in The Case for Immigration: The Secret to Economic Vibrancy, the “potential gains from...
September 24, 2012
*Does immigration contribute to a better America?
The whole world knows that America welcomes for freedom and democracy. America has served as a magnet for people seeking freedom from tyranny and oppression and opportunities to improve the material circumstances of their lives. I agree with Philippe legrain who need to open the world immigrate people .Actually. He proves that immigration contributes to a better
America as well as a better world. He also emphasizes that the flows of immigrants within the global system brings both talent and labor to areas of need. He can proves that America a better place through both labor and entrepreneurial initiatives, and enhancement of the political culture.
America is known for the freedom and opportunities that this country has to offer, which is the main reason why a majority of immigrants migrate here from a variety of countries. Usually the type of immigrants that do come to America are the ones with dreams, the ones who have a goal in life, want to become somebody, therefore causing them to work hard even at a low-paying job. I believe that immigration does contribute to a better American for various reasons.
The secret to economic vibrant male’s immigrant is seeking for a better life. I migrant...
Immigration is an Economic Benefit to the Host Country
Name: Cindy Winata
Student ID: 12413091
Professor: Vyas Utpal
Immigration is an Economic Benefit to the Host Country
Is immigration an economic benefit to the host country? As the world globalizes, this issue has become a topic of a debate in recent years. The inflow of immigrants may bring a positive effect or negative effect to the destined country. However, in some countries like the United States, their economic development has become dependent on immigrants. As Marco Rubio once said, “Americans believe in the value of immigration”. Immigration has made and is making favorable contribution in term of economy to the host country. Immigrants have benefited the U.S economy by filling in less-skilled job vacancies, increasing native’s wages and labor productivity, and lastly driving innovation.
Immigrant Workers Fill the Growing Number of Job Vacancies
Immigration plays an important role in filling in the less-skilled jobs vacancies in United States. The main reason why the United States has become significantly reliant on immigrants is because of the growing shortage of workers that are willing to do the less-skilled jobs. In recent years, American worker’s educational level has improved dramatically, thus result in the...
A few months after Singapore was founded, the population began to grow very quickly. By 1821, Singapore's population had increased to about 5000. The main cause of this increase was immigration. Singapore in the 19th century attracted many people from different parts of the world. Businessmen and traders came here to trade while others came to look for jobs.
At that time, more men came to Singapore than women. This was especially so for the Chinese and Indians. Most of the Chinese and Indian immigrants did not intend to stay long in Singapore, so they did not bring their womenfolk along. This meant that the Chinese and Indians could not set up families here even though there were large numbers of them.
However, unlike the Chinese and Indians, the Malays and Europeans brought their families along when they came to Singapore. Thus, the number of Malay and European men was almost equal to the number of Malay and European women. While most Europeans returned home after they had completed their work here, most of the Malays settled with their families in Singapore.
Types Of Labourers
Many people came to Singapore to work because there were a lot of jobs in Singapore. Men were needed for jobs such as the clearing land for plantations, the building of roads, and the building of houses and offices. They were also needed to work in vegetable gardens and plantations owned by the rich planters. Anyone who was willing to...
Australia, to many, is known as a "classical country of immigration." All but about 300,000 of the approximate 20,305,486 in Australia descended from immigrants who originally arrived with a settlement of British convicts in 1788. In July of 2001 Australia's population consisted of approximately 92% Caucasian, 7% Asian, and only 1% Aborigine.(native Australian). Australia has an estimated net gain of one international migrant every 4 minutes and 9 seconds. As of September of 1999 there was an approximated total of 53,143 illegal immigrants, over staying their welcome. After World War II, an immigration program was introduced with an aim of bringing mainly British immigrants to Australia. The majority of immigrants however, wound up coming from Eastern and Northern Europe, and then Southern Europe in the 1950's and 60's. Once into the 1970's Australia began to see an all new wave of immigrants taking a stand in their new grounds. This new group, still the predominant immigrants to the country of today, made their journeys from the Middle East, Latin America and Asia (where over half of today's immigrants to Australia come from). The high numbers of migrants into Australia has helped in more ways than it's hurt. There has been a higher number of people coming into the country with a high skill level than low skill level. This has produced a higher working rate and helped the economy a...