Disadvantages of inward migration
- Welfare costs: Increasing cost of providing public services as migrants come into a country.
- Worker displacement: Possible displacement effects of domestic workers.
- Social pressures: Social tensions arising from the problems of integrating hundreds of thousands of extra workers into local areas and regions.
- Pressure on property prices: Rising demand for housing which forces up prices and rents.
- Benefit claims: Many immigrants find it hard to get work.
- Who really gains? The benefits of migration are focused mainly on employers, especially those who take on illegal workers at low wages.
- Poverty risk: Migration may have the effect of worsening the level of relative poverty in a society. And many migrant workers have complained of exploitation by businesses that have monopsony power in a local labour market.
Here are the ways in which a company like CEAC Global Ltd would actively refute these possibilities.
CEAC Global Ltd championing the advantages of migration.
- Welfare costs: Migrants work in providing public services such as transport, healthcare and teaching thus ensuring that the population is served and are thus a part of the solution.
- Worker displacement: Local workers will not be displaced because there are not enough of them to supply the skills shortage area industries.
- Social pressures: The CEAC Members’ Club actively promotes co-operation and dialogue between locals and migrants
- Pressure on property prices: Migrants buy property within five years thus limiting their footprint on rental markets
- Benefit claims: Good recruiting practice ensures that highly employable people are sourced for highly employable roles.
- Who really gains? More essential workers mean that everyone benefits.
- Poverty risk: More people earning more money means there is more money being spent into the economy as a whole. We all win.