London has long attracted immigrants from different ethnic and social compositions, wealth and educational levels. The rural poor of former British colonies and the richest people from other countries reach out there. People who come to London are looking for a good education, jobs for survival, safety life etc. Therefore, the level of social stratification in London is one of the highest in the world and immigration plays the most important role in it. Economic Factors.
The newest wave of immigrants is no longer predominantly Europeans as the city has continued to attract a significant number of people from all parts of the world such as Asians, Latin Americans and Africans (Fon... ... middle of paper ... ... As a result of job segregation, immigrants have formed occupational niches in order to support each other. Occupational niche means that high numbers of members of specific ethnic groups dominate a particular employment sector category (industry based and/or occupational)(Wilson, 1999). Ethnic niches demonstrate the connection of occupational skills and New York City’s multiculturalism. In New York City, specific ethnic groups dominate certain jobs. For instance, most of the diamond dealers in New York City are Hasidic Jewish (reference), nanny jobs are dominated by the Filipinos and in downtown New York City, the Koreans run most of the convenience stores.
Chennai has become an important destination for trade and tourism, in recent years. It has evoked as a city with tremendous potential for industrial growth because of its economic viability and available infrastructure. The State Government Departments are geared towards increasing trade and commerce links with other countries and also developing greater industrial growth. The entire boom in the trade and business of Chennai city accounts largely for its rapidly growing population. More businesses and job opportunities in the city lure people from in and around Chennai and settle in here.
Kachchh District comes under special Incentive region, after the 2001Earthquake Govt. Of Gujarat introduce this Incentive Policy to boost the Industrial Development of District, after this incentive Policy huge investment is done by private industrialist. So, from data analysis, understand the industrialized growth of Kachchh district. 6 | P a g e In third stage, for analysis of urbanization few urbanization indicators selected. These Indicators are used to measure the urbanization of the districts.
India is one of the fastest growing retail markets in the world, with 1.2 billion people. Recognizing the important role, that, retail sector play in the national economy, the Central and State Governments have taken active steps to promote and foster their growth. The government policy is favorable to FDI in the retailing sector in phased manner so as to avoid opposition to such entry by domestic retailers. These measures have been particularly effective; but many of the problems/Controversy over Indian retail reforms still continues to afflict the retail sectors. Through in the 1990s, India introduced widespread free market reforms, including some related to retails, between 2000 to 2010, consumers in selected Indian cities have gradually begun to experience the quality, choice, convenience and benefits of organized retail industry.
This research will analyze the impacts of migration to the London in the different aspects, such as social and economy. Firstly, on of the positive impacts is that migration can provide specific types of jobs. The largest number of immigrants work in Hotels and Catering(42%), Transport and Distribution field (31%), Health(33%). Therefore we can predict that, mostly immigrants that came to the London are highly – classified. It will develop economic of country.
Economic, religious, education social and problems are reasons of migration. Mankind often migrates to modern, rich, multicultural countries, towns with high economy and good standard of living such as Prague, Germany, London, Los-Angeles, New York and shanghai. I would like to draw on the city Shanghai. Shanghai is one of the most cities with developed economy due to this many people come to the town to find work. During 1983 and 2000 years the number of migrant workers increased from 0.5 million people to 3.87 million people.
Role of Construction Sector in the Economic Growth Muhammad Saad Siddiqui N.E.D University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, Pakistan Saadsiddiqui53@gmail.com Abstract: “If Construction moves, everything moves” Construction Industry is the most important industry for any country. It plays the role of a catalyst in national economy. Throughout the world, Construction Sector accounts for a significant proportion of County’s GDP and GNP. This industry can be regarded as a mechanism of generating jobs for millions of un-skilled, skilled and semi-skilled workers and it has the largest workforce in the entire world. In the wake of the intensification of infrastructural development that is improving the well-being of people
Rise of Indian incomes will change the shape of country’s revenue pyramid where about 291 million people will be moving to a sustainable life from the phase of desperate poverty and the middle class population will further increase to 583 million from 50 million which is the current size (Mckinsey report 2007), which will further activate the packaging material consumption and thus, the packaging industry will breed extra. According to a report on packaging industry in India
It is noticed that Service sector has developed as one of the most important and the fastest-growing sector in the world economy in the past few decades, according to a research analysis on service sector in Indian economy. It also highlights reform measures that will enable the service sector to not only to grow at a faster pace but also to create quality employment and attract investment in the country. The study proves that service sector has grown at a higher rate in comparison to other sectors in the economy. Service sector’s growth rate is found to be higher than growth of overall GDP of India. The service sector is the 2nd largest employer where trade, hotels and restaurants and community, social and personal services are the significant generator of employment.