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According to a Gallup Institute poll 2013-2016

14% of people in the world intent to immigrate.

14% of people in the world intent to immigrate.

 

In the past few years, immigration has become a global topic and is not related to just some specific countries and 14% of people in the world intent to immigrate.

According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, innovation and technology news headquarter, according to the International Census of Migration 2018, more than 257 million people worldwide are immigrants, meaning that they live in a country other than their home country.

In this regard, it is notable that 90% of these individuals have chosen this kind of life on their own accord, and only 10% of these people are forced to live in asylum or migrate to another country.

Half of all immigrants from developing countries have migrated to developed countries, according to the same report.

35% of Immigrants Have High Intentions or Academic Education

 

Emigration of talented and educated individuals has always been emphasized by countries. In addition, the statistics released by the International Organization for Migration show that 35% of all immigrants in the world are high-skilled or college-educated people, which is a significant share.

In a Gallup poll, more than 700 million people around the world were eager to emigrate, meaning that 14 percent of the world"s population are potential immigrants. The tendency to migrate has increased in some parts of the world such as Latin America and the Caribbean, non-EU European countries, the Middle East and North Africa due to wars, famines and other catastrophes.

US; the First Favorable Destination for Immigrants

Still, the United States is the world"s first destination for immigrants. However, with President Donald Trump"s immigration policy, the rate of immigration to this country is expected to decline on a daily basis.

International migration is part of the globalization process. According to studies, the reason most migrations are related to family reunification or humanitarian grounds. As a result, a large proportion of international migrants are those with no expertise or skills. However, the migration of people with college education is also on the rise

In developed countries, due to the positive economic impacts of educated immigrants for these categories of immigrants, the proportion of simple labor force is increasing and this gap is much more dramatic in the field of information technology. In addition, due to a shortage of skilled people, some governments in OECD countries are seeking policies or programs to facilitate their entry into the country.

 






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