Immigration, damaging or helpful? Immigration has been a problem in the United States since before the country was established. Many citizens and politicians claim that illegal immigration is a hindrance to the country’s economy because immigrants take American jobs and that they don’t pay taxes. They also agree that our government spends too much money in keeping them out. People on the other side of this argument claim that immigrants help by taking unwanted jobs with very little pay, and in doing that they are helping keep the prices of domestic goods down across the country.
This topic is of importance to the people of the United States because there are around 12 million illegal immigrants living and working in this nation. Though these people should not have come illegally into this country, nevertheless now that they are here our economy is more bountiful because of it. More than a third of all non-legal immigrants are working in just three cities; Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago. This alone takes out a lot of the argument from people who think that illegal immigrants are stealing their jobs. Furthermore these immigrants are taking whatever jobs they can find, and because of this they are doing some of the most undesired jobs in the nation.
The environmental pollution in most countries is really bad, and natural calamities happen frequently. However, people are still working more hours to get paid more; American consumers are still spending as much as before; the economy is growing. People tend to ignore the bad news and
The first being the economic impact, followed by the dangers of illegal immigration and the threat of immigrants taking American jobs. To help ease those issues, the first solution to illegal immigration would be to cut the funding to the border control effort. Although this may seem highly contradictory, research has found that a majority of the illegal immigrants that have come to the U.S. have applied for some kind of legal documents. However, due to the almost 10 year lag in the application process, many felt as though they could not wait until it was legal. If funding was redirected in a way that would decrease the lag time, many immigrants would no longer have to sneak in to the U.S. (Sassen).
“Professional athletes are making too much money in a society where salaries and wages are traditionally based on the value of ones work” (123helpme). All athletes are overpaid because they do not offer society an important role that improves our world in comparison to other professionals such as medical doctors, lawyers, and teachers. Financial rewards should come depending on how hard you have worked to achieve it. Many look at professional athletes as lucky people who happen to be talented at shooting, throwing, or hitting a ball. On the other hand, less talented individuals have to labor themselves through college, work for their tuition, and have a career as a doctor, engineer, or a banker if they want to earn a fraction of what these overpaid professional athletes get.
America Outsourcing. By Dwayne Berry This paper will walk through many of things that go on in America. Outsourcing jobs is one of the main things that are not helping America grow as a greater nation. Outsourcing jobs are taking away from us “AMERICANS” who have tried to work hard with what we are giving. The outsourcing of jobs is not a bad thing for the company because it makes them more money, but for the people who don’t have what young people talk about as bank!
But the Sate is trying to argue that the state is just trying to help the federal law by making more action because it is not doing enough in Arizona State. The law intends to do more good than harm. The state is just trying to find a more simple way to protect their border making the states safer by preventing illegal aliens to come in and make their harm in our society, I think that in the end it does more harm than good. With the whole debate, it gets to have many effects in many different things I already mentioned, even in politics. Is true that Arizona and many other states have been struggling with the illegal immigrants but there can be some other healthier way to prevent this from happening.
In terms of the domestic job market, Negy (2012) asserts that in general, every job opportunity captured by an immigrant could potentially held by a lawful American (138-143). As a matter of fact, the undocumented labors have a strong willingness to obtain a job with a below-average wage which drives some of the American labors out of the job market. And from employers’ point of view, especially in catering industry and labor intensive industries, employers are more likely to hire employees at a possible lower price. As a result Americans are paying a higher price for the unrestricted flow of undocumented immigrants entering into the United States each year. In terms of public welfare like the public health care, Kullgren (2003) states that federal government restrict the illegal immigrants’ access to publicly financed health services could be a heavy load to health care providers and do harm to public's health(1630-1633).
Both candidates were in favor of continuing the war on Iraq. Many Americans believed money and military presence should be focused within our borders. Another reason that Americans support a third party deals with the competitive nature of the political arena. Some feel that both Democrats and Republicans aim to win the race, not to solve problems. Many Americans blame third parties for the lack of voter turnout.
27) Most of the immigrants are tricked into the beliefs that they can find steady work, high wages, and a comfortable life in America. It is a lie that brings cheap labor, and instead of obtaining a decent life, they enter a life of torture. The