International labour migration

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  • This research focused both on studying the economic security levels of the international migrant households in the Northeast of Thailand, and compare the differences of economic security level by gender of the migrants. The research used the quantitative methodology.

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  • This article aims to examine factors associated with the happiness of the northeastern rural households that have international migrant laborers. The quantitative research method was implemented in the study, and the household level was presented as unit of analysis. The 334 sample households were systematic random from the population in four Sub-district of Phu Kiew District in Chaiyaphum Province, where is the province with the second highest number of international migrant in Thailand. Data collection was conducted in July, 2017 by interview schedule.

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  • This study seeks to evaluate the barriers to employment in the UK which limit the mobility of EU nations between EU member states. Three objectives were set which consist of the following: identify the ability of doctors and nurses to move between EU countries, identify the main stakeholders of the UK's healthcare industry and identify mobility barriers present in UK hospitals. The literature suggests that the main type of professional migrants going to UK hospitals consist of permanent settlers and temporary professional transients.

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  • During the spread of globalization in the three centuries leading up to the First World War, the migration of workers was consistently one of the biggest causes of economic change. Since 1945, the world has experienced a new era of globalization which is much quicker, and the international movement of labour is proving once again to be of the greatest significance.

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  • Unemployment and under-employment have increased continuously over the last five years, encouraging internal and external migration. Unemployment currently affects 11% of the labour force and the informal sector accounts for more than 65% of economic activity, providing sources of marginal employment and under-employment to a large percentage of adults of working age and even to school-age children.

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  • At the labour levels, workers continue relocating because of labour demands, usually in developed countries, economic distress in their home countries, or a combination of both. In addition, families are increasingly becoming transnational with relatives living in more than one country, reuniting, visiting regularly, while maintaining a transnational network of communic ation (Faist, 2000).

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