One of the hot button issues in the globe today is immigration. On July 5th, , people all over the globe were angered by images of an infant being separated from her mother by Border Patrol police in the US-Mexico border. However, it is not just the US-Mexico border that has the problem of immigration. From Africans trying to cross to Europe via the Mediterranean Sea in makeshift boats to refugees freeing war-torn Middle East countries, the problem of immigration appears to have no end.
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So I chose it among many topics. I know that I will find about aspect of immigration important and I will fall into interest of this history. A continuing high birthrate accounted for most of the increase in population, but by the. Sweden has experienced a dramatic increase in its number of immigrants, particularly asylum seekers, receiving more refugees per capita than any other European country in the past couple of years, further straining the housing system.
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It is not that immigrants steal jobs, it is that Americans often think that immigrants should get jobs that match their human capital. This applies to immigrants because they are willing to take on any occupation, even manual labor-intensive occupations. This is because they lack the human capital necessary for better jobs. Most Americans don't want or consider these intensive occupations because they believe they can do better. Immigrants do not have a negative impact on the economy of the Unites States.