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what does economic migrants mean?

A economic migrant is someone who is made to migrate/ move to another place or country for a economic reason which could be moey.  it is mostly voluntary.

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explain how E.U. laws allow east europeans workers

The East European migrants began to arrive in 2004. the E.U. law allows east european worker to come in the UK as there is no restrictions on the amount of the migrant that come in. Its free to move between member nations. there children and themselves get free:

  • healthcare
  • education 
  • housing fuel 

In 2004 the E.U. expanded and let in 8 new countires to join

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rank in order the source countries of the east Eur

1. POLAND - 440 thousand

2. LITHUNIA - 70 thousand 

3. LATIVIA - 40 thousand

4. CZECH REP - 30 thousand 

5. HUNGARY - 20 thousand

6. ESTONIA - 10 thousand

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what are the impacs of economic migration?

 Advantages 4 UK:

  •  UK will be able to recuit workers with a wide range of skils
  • they get more tax - give £1.9 billion to UK - 2007
  • hard working work force 
  • fill jobs british donr want to do 
  • do the 3D jobs    durty, dangerous, difficult.

Disadvantages 4 UK:

  • British people are unemployed
  • Have to give them free healthcare education etc
  • overcrowded homes
  • higher house prices 
  • housing and unemployment benefits rise
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what are the impacts of economic migration?

Advantages 4 Poland:

  • more jobs available 
  • higher pay
  • smaller population
  • learn more skills
  • reduce housing costs.
  • low employment
  • better for women

Disadvantages 4 Poland:

  • smaller population 
  • gapp in market
  • bad economy
  • icrease dependancy ratio
  • spilt up families
  • labour shortager
  • remittionces
  • gender inbalance
  • brain drain
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