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Outline the Economic/Social/Environmental effects of such a migration.

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29th December 2001 Geography Essay Outline the Economic/Social/Environmental effects of such a migration. The migration I will be concentrating on is the Turkish 'guestworkers' in Germany. Following the Second World War, Germany was in a state of economic collapse. The country had lost over 4.5 million people in the war and many more, especially the Jewish population, had left the country in fear of being tortured, and persecution. There was nothing short of an economic miracle as Germany used aid from abroad to develop new industries in many cities. ...read more.

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Germany - Advantage - a cheap source of labour that can do the jobs, dangerous jobs that no one wanted to do. Germany - Disadvantage - needed to provide housing and services for immigrants, and language problems with workforce. Turkey - Advantage - reduces pressure on resources. Turkey - Disadvantage - lose best skilled workers needed in home economy. The Economic and Environmental effects of the Turkish 'guestworkers' international migration to Germany are that turkey will loose a lot of their highly trained workers and there will be reduced need for people to farm the land, but the level ...read more.

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* Areas that tend to loose people usually have declining birth rates and an ageing population. * Areas gaining population, especially cities in the developing countries gaining through rural to urban migration, also experience high rates of natural increase. * Life is difficult for many migrants living in poor housing conditions with access only to poorly paid work. Taking this information into hand, Germany is spending a lot of money on housing, food and clothing on the migrants although they are gaining a fairly skilled workforce to do the jobs that Germans do not want to do themselves, but Turkey are gaining little money from the migrants families. Lee Sumner - 1 - ...read more.

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