You must have Credits on your Balance to download this sample
Illegal Immigrants and Their Impact on Jobs in the United States
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Illegal Immigrants and their impact on jobs in the United States Introduction: Illegal immigration is becoming a growing issue in the United States of America. It has been estimated that there are around 12 million illegal immigrants in the country and this number is increasing gradually year by year (Adam David).
Rising costs Injustice Increase in other criminal activities If these issues are addressed in an appropriate manner, it will help us to overcome these problems and the country will be stabilized economically. Problem Recognition: Illegal immigration is itself a grave problem that causes a lot of internal damage to a country. In United States, illegal immigration has reduced employment opportunities for the local citizens of the Unites States. Due to this injustice, the citizens are left with limited or no job opportunities, which increases their frustration with illegal immigrants and the entire social structure of a certain place can be damaged. These illegal immigrants are being paid by their employers or even if they are being paid undercover, we will find the other citizens of the United States of America looking for employment opportunity. It is unethical for the employers to pay the illegal immigrants under the table and even employers are also aware of their unlawful actions. This action also raises discrimination and violation of rights against citizens. ...
Not exactly what you need?