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Underlying Factors in International Labour Migration in Asia: Population, Employment and Productivity Trends

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[Excerpt] In Asia, migration pressures are likely to remain strong for many years to come because of the diverging trajectories of growth of the working age population and the vast differences in earnings between the more developed and the poorer countries of the region. While trends in education and in employment structure are bound to modify the underlying pressures for international mobility, the conclusion that migration pressures will remain strong is no longer in doubt.

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2008-01-01

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labour migration; international migration; economic implication; demographic aspect; Asia

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Required Publisher Statement: Copyright © International Labour Organization 2008.

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