America as a country consists of citizens from different races. The issue of racism has led to rise to many revolutions in a bid to promote equality in the country. Identification of an individual with their race without regarding the sovereignty and unity in the country promotes racism. Individuals from some races view their races as better and look down upon other races. Racism that involves treating some races as superior to the other in terms of their belief should not be used to gauge the identification of an individual.
This means that most citizens are choosing to employ these less expensive workers. If all the illegal immigrants are doing the work, all tradesmen who have worked hard for there money for so long and become skilled at their profession will lose there jobs and become penniless. Most of these honest workers have built families and unfortunately if they are not getting employed for work they will not be able to provide and feed their families. An enormous amount of old war veterans have been denied council houses because of the rising amount of asylum seekers who are claiming asylum, these people all have to be given houses and are in large numbers so they take up huge estates of houses. These old people who once fought for this country deserve a house a lot more than these people who are entering the country illegally.
Employment Insurance is something the rest of the world thrives over their work employment but it’s also something the U.S. does not have all the privileges. For most people in the U.S., employment insurance to them seems to be given to those who already have jobs and don’t really the benefit to aid them. But as soon as they see someone with no job, no benefits, and no privilege simply asking out for people to benefit to the sick and unemployment, they’re automatically deemed as “greedy” or “lazy” for their poor life style. Most people feel like not everyone should be given the benefits that they were born into simply by money, knowing not every American was born in middle-higher class families. So why should we give them benefits?
Immigrants in america take the low paying, hard labor jobs that , unfortunately, some americans don't want. Most immigrants usually fill essential service jobs in the economy, which are vacant. Unfortunately, like new immigrants throughout U.S. history, “they experience conditions that are commonly deprived, oppressive, and exploitive” (Conover, 2000). They are paid low wages with little potential for advancement, are subjected to hazardous working conditions, and are threatened with losing their jobs and even deportation if they voice dissatisfaction with the way they are treated. Many work several jobs to make ends meet.
People just coming here to America are placed in very low-income jobs. This is all they can get if they don't speak any English. For example, here at Rider the cleaning people are all Spanish. They don't speak any English, and their job is to be the cleaning crew. These are the only types of jobs ... ... middle of paper ... ...n. Also, the advancement in technology has lead many people to be left without jobs.
Immigrants have been a problem in the United States due to increasing population and jobs being taking by foreign workers. Many seem to believe that immigrants are an issue in the country because of them not benefiting the economy. Which in reality all types of immigrants help out the country by hard work. Work is a enormous reason most of them come into the United States and them coming to work helps a handful of business and most important of all the economy. Although some believe that immigrants don 't affect the country in a positive way by being in the United States, Immigrants actually help out the economy by working and living like the rest of citizens.
There will always be poor, 3rd world countries that can not create a prosperous environment for their people. As a result of general poverty, few jobs are available, which forces citizens to look beyond the borders for work. Our changing immigration policy is motivation for some immigrants to come to America. If the U.S. is accepting a high number of one country’s immigrants, than many of their citizens will emigrate for America, some legally and others illegally. The United State’s has changed its immigration policy many times in the last 100 years but the reasons for resettlement have remained generally the same.
Immigration and Assimilation Throughout history, Americans have always been intimidated by immigrants. The idea of an immigrant coming to America and easily being able to get a job scared Americans. Americans feared that good jobs would be taken from hard working Americans and given to immigrants for less pay because they required less money to live on or were used to no wages or lower wages in their Country of origin. People would immigrate to America in search of a better life, and often times they could find homes and jobs that made them want to stay. A melting pot is described as being a mixing of different cultures into one universal culture.
This idea had one more advantage although this wasn't for the people; it was for the Nazi party. Building roads and updating the country was good propaganda; people liked what they were doing and had even more reason to want to keep them in power. Building wasn't the only scheme launched; afforestation was also used to create jobs. This idea paid off as unemployment was down to 2.5 million by mid 1934, and then by the middle of 1935 it had decreased further to 1.7 million. Hitler wanted 'autarky', which in principal was that Germany would become economically self-sufficient.
On the other hand, there were the temporary immigrants. These immigrants did not want to get involved in American ways, such as, by learning English or joining any organizations like the unions who fought for better wages. This is the group that Handlin refers to as the group who stays to themselves, mostly in working cities. They stayed in working cities because all they did was work to send money back home to their families. This made a lot of Americans angry because they were sending U.S. dollars overseas.