Illegal Immigration Case Study

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A major concern, and probably the most to take in consideration, for illegal immigration, harming the economy are the employees correlating to the jobs available, which most of the time leads to displacement in immigrants. “Every year on average 2.5 million jobs, whom were previous held by Caucasians or previous immigrants are taken by new coming immigrants who often perform the same amount of work while receiving half the pay” (www.EconomyPolicyInstitute.org), this still shows a huge gain from what they would be earning or they would have not emigrated from their country for a better job.
A recent ongoing search case which occurred on May 8, 2015 in southern California involving The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) where
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This affects many cooperate businesses from fast food restaurants, to jobs that require more hands on experience such as construction workers and cooks, to substitute teaching among other everyday jobs which have an impact on the common population. In 2014, taking place in California, a population with a variety of ethnicities which included Hispanics, Caucasians and African Americans occurred with high percentage of unemployment with a surprising number who ranged earning their bachelors to their doctor’s degree. It also came to a surprise that Caucasians and African Americans specifically had a more of a long shot obtaining jobs. Also there would be a lowered wage for these jobs since immigrants were willing to work more hours for …show more content…
For example, in the state of Texas, specifically Laredo and Corpus Christi, in the year 2014 in order to simply educate illegal immigrant’s kids, which provided: “English classes and other educational and schooling simply cost the state of Texas $2.1 Billion” (www.fairus.org). This doesn’t include yearly necessities that children will need such as medical care, public assistance services, justice functions and general government services which also is stated by FAIR makes up another “$10.8 billion”

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