Migration - Mexico to the USAIB Geography H/L Extension<br />Objective: To explain the causes and effects of the flow of l...
Whatis the situation?<br />There is a 2000km border between USA and Mexico. <br />1 million + Mexicans migrate to the USA ...
Push Factors<br />Poor medical facilities - 1800 per doctor <br />Low paid jobs - (GDP = $13,800) <br />Adult literacy rat...
Pull Factors<br />Excellent medical facilities - 400 per doctor <br />Well paid jobs - GDP = $47,400) <br />Adult literacy...
What are the impacts on the USA<br />Illegal migration costs the USA millions of dollars for border patrols and prisons <b...
What are the impacts on Mexico?<br />The Mexican countryside has a shortage of economically active people <br />Many men e...
Resources for your case study. <br />Mapping migration http://www.uwec.edu/geography/Ivogeler/w188/border/Mexicans-moneyFl...
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Migration - IB Geography Labour Flows

  1. 1. Migration - Mexico to the USAIB Geography H/L Extension<br />Objective: To explain the causes and effects of the flow of labour between Mexico and the USA. <br />
  2. 2. Whatis the situation?<br />There is a 2000km border between USA and Mexico. <br />1 million + Mexicans migrate to the USA every year. <br />Illegal migration is a huge problem for USA and Mexico <br />US Border Patrol guard the border and try to prevent illegal immigrants <br />850,000 were caught in 1995 and were deported <br />
  3. 3. Push Factors<br />Poor medical facilities - 1800 per doctor <br />Low paid jobs - (GDP = $13,800) <br />Adult literacy rates 86% - (poorer education prospects although has been improved recently possibly to due high remittance levels)<br />Life expectancy 72 yrs <br />5-25% Unemployed <br />25% - Underemployed <br />
  4. 4. Pull Factors<br />Excellent medical facilities - 400 per doctor <br />Well paid jobs - GDP = $47,400) <br />Adult literacy rates 99% - good education prospects <br />Life expectancy 78 yrs <br />Many jobs available for low paid workers such as Mexicans <br />
  5. 5. What are the impacts on the USA<br />Illegal migration costs the USA millions of dollars for border patrols and prisons <br />Mexicans are seen as a drain on the USA economy <br />Migrant workers keep wages low which affects Americans <br />They cause problems in cities due cultural and racial issues <br />Mexican migrants benefit the US economy by working for low wages <br />Mexican culture has enriched the US border states with food, language and music <br />The incidents of TB has been increasing greatly due to the increased migration <br />
  6. 6. What are the impacts on Mexico?<br />The Mexican countryside has a shortage of economically active people <br />Many men emigrate leaving a majority of women who have trouble finding marriage partners <br />Young people tend to migrate leaving the old and the very young <br />Legal and illegal immigrants together send some $6 billion a year back to Mexico<br />Certain villages such as Santa Ines have lost 2/3 of its inhabitants <br />Thanks to www.sln.org.uk<br />
  7. 7. Resources for your case study. <br />Mapping migration http://www.uwec.edu/geography/Ivogeler/w188/border/Mexicans-moneyFlows-map.gif<br />Whymigrate? http://www.uwec.edu/geography/Ivogeler/w188/border/migrate.htm<br />25 page case studyhttp://irps.ucsd.edu/assets/004/5380.pdf<br />
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