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  • Tiara Ramchandani

Immigration

Immigration has been an everlasting topic marked by diverse perspectives and we face social, economic, and political dimensions because of it. One in three immigrants complains that their household has been suffering paying for food, housing, health care, and necessities.




Due to immigration, poverty has increased in two ways, by increasing labor market competition, which lowers wages for native-born workers which forces them into poverty. People compete for jobs and resources which stains social services, a solution to this problem is proactive labor and market policies, which include job training programs, for both native and immigrant populations. It has the skills needed for rapidly evolving markets. We also face social integration, the cultural clash arises when immigrants feel isolated. We need exchange programs and community-building initiatives for social harmony and a safe environment. The government also plays a vital role in creating an inclusive society that values diversity. The overcrowding of people increases the use of energy resources which results in increased consumption of resources, the more the number of people, the more the number of goods produced by industries, and the more the use of energy resources like coal, petroleum, and natural gas. All contribute to increased greenhouse gas emissions which causes global warming and climate change. Excessive human consumption of non-renewable resources outstrips the availability of resources in the future and depletes them for future generations.

In conclusion, these challenges must be addressed by fostering social integration, investing in education, and adopting a humanitarian approach. Only through thoughtful and inclusive policies, we can build a future where immigration is an opportunity for understanding and growth




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