Net Emigration and Its Effect on Poverty
Discuss whether or not net emigration will reduce poverty in a country.
Demographic Factors and Population
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- Definition of net emigration of workers
- Importance of understanding its effects
II. Reasons why net emigration of workers might have positive effects
- Remittances sent home can increase income of families
- Ideas brought back by workers can improve skills and raise output
- Higher wages may be offered to retain workers
- Better use of resources in overpopulated countries
- Reduced dependency and lower costs for pensions and healthcare
III. Reasons why net emigration of workers might have negative effects
- Reduced output can lower tax revenue and government spending
- Discouragement of MNCs due to loss of skilled workers
- Dependents left relying on government benefits
- Worse use of resources in underpopulated countries
- Summary of positive and negative effects
- Importance of considering both sides when analyzing net emigration of workers.
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