Changing the way economy is setup can drastically affects the lives of its citizens. The changing in economy has hurt many of it’s working class people. Some people can 't find any jobs and they are struggling. The lack of job opportunities in the country is hurting those who are americans and immigrants that are homeless. The creation of political machines are taking over the jobs that the people need.
The first reason for emigration is about employment. It changes from country to country, but the general issues which are cause immigration are lack of career opportunities and low wages. In undeveloped countries, people cannot find a job and get the salaries they deserve even if they are well educated about their career. The second cause of immigration is related to health. Nowadays, the number of sick people and technologic developments in medicine are rising.
With limited available of employment graduates are forced to seek employment outside of their country thus creating a problem of brain drain which,LaPorte (2005) refers to as the migration of health personnel in search of the better standard of living and quality of life, higher salaries, access to advanced technology and more stable political conditions in different places worldwide. This movement of graduates to other countries for a better opportunities could benefit the individual and their family in many ways, but it leaves a negative impact on their home country economy in few ways which includes, their home country is now losing not only the investment of educating but also the revenue from taxes that can is used to fund health care among others and it creates a gap in the trained knowledge and skilled of professions needed to service the general population. For example, healthcare expenditure in India is 3 percent of GDP compared to 13 percent of GDP in the USA and the ratio of doctor to patients in India is 1:2083 compared to the USA where the ratio is
Highlighting the inequality, rural areas have a poverty rate of 13.9 percent compared to 7.7 percent in urban areas.” . Great educations are expensive, but normal education still expensive for poor people as well as bad education in Thailand. Thailand is a one of country that joined IEA  and competition with another countries to test a potential student. The results of each years, Thai students got score less than each previous years . The problem is, the government doesn’t support school in rural areas to be a good one, because they don’t have such money to get chance and take good education.
These problems all factor into the difficulty of achieving the American Dream. Where you get a job, is just about everything, depending on where you live, it 's economic status may vary. Many jobs do not pay enough to cover basic living expenses, much less allow workers to save money and build assets for the future. "In fact, a quarter of full-time working-age adults are still not earning enough money to meet economic needs like housing, utilities, food, healthcare, and transportation for themselves or their families"(Is economic reality wiping out the American dream?) According to the New York Times, Just 64 percent of those surveyed said they still believed it was possible to become wealthy if they started out poor, which in some eyes may believe that it is a high number but it should be higher than in the 60s.
Lastly, recruitment of foreign workers could possibly be the easiest way to help overcome the shortage of local labor at construction sites . It is well understood that the major cause of manpower shortage is the employers’ reluctance to pay higher wages to the locals, which would consequently increase their expenditure (Abdul Rahim Abdul Hamid, Bachan Singh, Aminah Md Yusof & Nur Ahikin M. Abdullah, 2011) . For this particular reason, the number of local workers keeps lessening each year, resulting in a massive employment of foreign workers instead. The former Minister of Human Resources, Datuk Seri Dr Fong Chan Onn stated that despite Malaysia currently having about 1.8 million foreign workers, there are still hundreds of applications submitted every month by local companies to the Home Affairs Ministry, requesting to hire more foreign workers (Bernama, 2006) . The statement evidently proves that the demand for foreign construction workers is tremendously high, due to the shortage of local workers.
As a result of this hindrance, court-appointed lawyers for these defendants are not compensated adequately, which results in a lack of competent lawyers due to low enticement. Additionally, poverty-stricken citizens are at a major disadvantage due to the presence of payoffs and bribes throughout their trial. These citizens on trial have spent most of their lives in unfortunate situations, going days on end without food, water, or shelter; all basic needs for survival. Because of this arduous upbringing, it’s likely that justice will not take a high priority because of the money involved. The gap between the wealthy and the impoverished will continue to grow, increasing the amount of people who will be at a disadvantage in our justice system due to their lack of wealth.
They come searching for job opportunities due to the lack of jobs that an individual can get. In “Immigrants do jobs native won’t do”, Caplen (2016) writes that immigrants perform different jobs in the host country such as maintenance, construction and building, companies, factories and security companies. Those jobs are categorized as minimum wage jobs that are mainly occupied by immigrants. Jahateh (2012) writes that some countries suffer from high unemployment rate such as Gambia with 22 percent unemployment rate while the other 40 percent are those who are employed but live below the poverty line. That is why many Gambians immigrate to Europe in search for a job opportunity.
Due to these cheap imports, many local businesses have closed down. Also, extremely strict new labour laws, in favour of employees, do not make hiring new staff attractive to employers. A historical reason for unemployment is the Apartheid Group Areas Act, that was set up by Hendrik Verwoerd (who was also a sociologist), which caused masses of the South African population to reside far and long distances from workplaces. Therefore, travelling costs could take most of their earnings, more than half of their earnings. So, these people that are affected by long distance travelling (to workplaces) probably do not see the use in working, if it is basically just to cover travel costs, and seems more like a travelling allowance than a
Men and women had unequal pay scales and workers were fired when they tried to start a union. Therefore, the student wanted licensees to agree to pay workers enough to live on and disclose the locations of all of their factories. Next, another disadvantages of globalization is local brands and businesses in poorer developing countries cannot survive. Once those international big brand started opening their outlets in the poorer countries, people are tend to purchase those branded products as they are having international image and high reputation. Local brands have not stable in the market and not enough capital and ability to compete with the international brands.