It seems that even when Americans are faced with the threat of homelessness they claim they cannot find any jobs, or rather, they refuse to do the dirty ones. Even though the jobs suggested are not ideal, they still need to be filled. According to Dwoskin 's article, 211,000 people are unemployed in the state of Alabama, not because there is no work available, but because they choose not to apply for the jobs available. Americans claim to have higher standards, regarding hourly wages and working conditions and would rather leave it to someone else. But because of certain laws that have been enacted in America, these immigrants are unable to fill these jobs.
The people who lived in the colony didn’t have an interest in staying in the colony. For most settlers it was a temporary site until they struck gold. This mentality would also be a downfall of the small town. Columbus was not a very good leader. He didn’t tend to his people and ignored their needs.
Indentured servants were paid. Both can’t sell products they make. Bothe of them have a master. Both went through hardships. There was a big difference between both.
The current intake is too much for labor sector to accommodate. If the trend continues more skilled immigrants would continue doing odd jobs, being underpaid or being jobless. Such a scenario would paint Canada in a bad picture, and most people would be discouraged from seeking the said opportunities (Reitz). The persistence of the trend put the government at a risk of missing out on the extra labor that the country needs to run its economy. Other consequences of taking so many skilled immigrants and not offering them what they had hoped for are social ills such as burglary and increased disease burden.
Immigrants are getting paid below the minimum wage without any medical insurance. Most workers are forced to stay silent because of their social, economic and class status. In most cases, immigrants without any documentations suffers the worst kind of working conditions because they are powerlessness in the hands of corporate
Immigration Migration is a very controversial topic in the UK. Migration is when somebody moves to a new area or country for work or better living conditions. Many people born in the UK don’t agree with immigrants coming over from other countries to live here as they think they come and steal all our money and jobs, and live in our houses leaving lots of our population homeless. I disagree with this and I think immigrants should be allowed to come to the UK and they should be supported in any decision they make when it comes to moving. It is obviously a difficult choice for them to make and moving to a completely different country with a culture they are not used to will be weird and scary.
There are three main fears identified as to why immigrants may not seek medical care. One fear is socio-economic status. Most immigrants are undocumented and have no legal documents to get a good paid job that offers them health insurance. This puts them in a financial constraints that they cannot afford to pay for medical treatments. Also, the fear of deportation prevents them from seeking medical attention.
Income inequality leads to unequal access to opportunity and resources like education. This has left children born to poor families with little hope of achieving their American dream. The gap between wealthy and poor is increasing and slowly middle class is diminishing. With so much ridicule and judgment it is becoming difficult to send their children to school, or even receive high school education. Because, our society believes that people who are not born here are not entitled to