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Labor and
Understanding Globalization
• Globalization is the most powerful
force for change in the world today
affecting all societies in the planet.
It entails the movement of capital,
free flow of goods and services,
the increased mobility of
individuals, and the expansions of
multinational corporations and
transnational organizations.
• Globalization has integrated the
product and financial markets of
economies around the world
through the driving forces of trade
and capital flows across borders.
• One of the goals of
globalization is for
the world to become
more interdependent.
People and countries
of the world are
closely woven
together especially in
the economic aspect.
• It aims to • "Globalization
income distribution
is the most
through its powerful force
economic change in the
integration world today
schemes. It show
that globalization affecting all
have a advantages societies in the
and planet"

Globalization and Migration

• The issue of • Migration is said

globalization is to be as old as
linked with
civilization, and
migration and there is clear
with movement proof that
of capital and globalization is
commodities. inextricably
related to it.

• "According to estimates, • National Geographic
more or less 20% of the defines human
labor force in the migration as the
Philippines want to movement of people from
one territory to another for
leave the country in the purposes of taking up
search for a job abroad. either as permanent or
Some of them become temporary residence.
victims of illegal Movement can be
recruitment and human considered as voluntary or
trafficking" involuntary, long term or
short term.

Why do people migrate?

• People migrate for • Push Factors - are

various reasons, those that motivate
The reasons may people to move from
fall under four one place to another
because of difficulty.
Pull Factors - those
environmental, that motivate people
political, cultural and to move from their
economic. it place to another place
categorized as because of some
"push" and "pull". desires.

Types of Migration

• Internal Migration. look • Immigration.

for new residence within moving into a new
their own country or
state country
• External • Forced
Migration. moving in a migration. when
different country or state the states force the
• Migration. leaving from people to migrate
one country to another for a reason.