American Recession

I then intend to share a little about migration in our country, its economic origins, their reasons, results, its evolution and its reaction to the phenomenon of American economic recession, as well as the strong impact that this same has on the economy of our country. ntimes addresses this issue. According to writer Jhon Rounce, the power of a country is defined by its infrastructure, heritage, economy and national security. Patrick dempsey contains valuable tech resources. With respect to the previous determinant of power, we can affirm that Mexico is in a situation with privileged natural resources, considerable territorial dimension and a great demographic bonus. However despite having so much heritage, it is the State of mediocrity that is the infrastructure, economy and national security, which concerns us and discouraged. Unemployment in Mexico continues to grow; in January of this year, 2008, was calculated on a cup of the 4.06%, which means that around 1 786, 628 people age and conditions to work is they were vacant. Such levels of unemployment are reflected in the varied fields of the Mexican economy.

Unemployment, therefore, generates an increase in poverty rates, and in their desperation are driven to migrate abroad. Two weeks ago presented the report of the Organization for economic cooperation and development and he ensured that Mexico has the highest levels of poverty and inequality within the Organization; be assured that it is 10% of the poorest population, average income is less than $1,000 in purchasing power parities. Inflation, unemployment and poverty return to emigration an attractive option. The phenomenon of Mexican migration to the North American country has its roots in the second half of the 20th century, but has been over the past three decades that the transhumant movement has intensified. The phenomenon of emigration is given around the world, according to the Organization of the United Nations, are 200 million people currently living in a country other than its origin.