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Global migration

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Global Migration a situation in which people go to live in foreign countries, especially in order to find work Reasons for migration ? last 50 years doubling of migration
world wide about 200.000.000 migrants
about 3.1 % of the world's population
75% in 28 countries General facts Migration in Germany Europe the economic crisis in europe the number of immigrants has dropped in recent years
in 2009 857.000 immigrants
in 2007 1.500.000 immigrants
in 2006 more than 2 million 2000 2010 2008 2012 world economic crisis europe financial crisis source: http://www.erinrsilva.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/lehman-brothers.jpg source: http://www.tagesschau.de/wirtschaft/chronologiefinanzmarktkrise100.html euro introduction 2002 unemployment rate US and European Union Source: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Labor Force Statistics, Harmonized Unemployed Rates and Levels Immigrants are greater vulnerable to unemployment: Immigrants disproportionately share the demographic characteristics of the groups most likely to lose jobs during economic downturns.
Immigrants are more like to work in cyclical industries and occupations.
Immigrants are more likely to work as a contingent labor force (freelancer,” Zeitarbeiter”)
Last-hired, first-fired unemployment rate foreign/native Source: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Labor Force Statistics GDP falling by 6.4 % from early 2008 to mid 2009
At the end of 2009 already small increase of the GDP
Slow economic grow expected in the next years Impact of the crisis on the United Kingdom Increase or decrease in global migration ? conflicts
better opportunities
political reasons
economical reasons
... Reasons for migration can be: source: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e6/1_EURO_RE-15.jpeg Impact of the crisis on germany no visible impact on employment and unemployment rates in germany
part time work has increased significantly
during the crisis a number of euro countries have made adjustments of their labour migration management policies
in Germany there is a lack of highly qualified employees
german policy created in 2008 a law which should control the migration of high qualified employees
today a lot high qualified people emigrated from germany
net migration increase (people who migrates through an other migrant^) in 2005 a new immigration law came into effect that altered the legal method of immigration to germany
background was to be an 'immigration country':

Turkey (14,2 percent of all immigrants)
Russia (9,4 percent of all immigrants)
Poland (6,9 percent of all immigrants)
Italy (4,2 percent of all immigrants) Conclusion the crisis had/has an huge impact of the euro zone One result was/is the unemployment and problems for migrants now the policy is required the next crisis is already in front of the door Which impact has the euro financial crisis on the migration? Thank you for your attention! sources 'Migration and Immigration two years after the crisis' by Demitros Papademitrou published by Migration Policy Institute (October 2010)
'Migration and the Economic crisis in the european union: implications for policy' published by International Organization for Migration
'Migration in Europe and the economic crisis - facts and policies' published by Arcadio Diaz Tejera source: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/business-english/global-migration Immigrants: is the action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country Emigrants: is the action of going from their native country to live permanently in a foreign country
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