Counseling Psychology Date: 5/7/2012 Approaches on Counseling Immigrant Population I. Background Immigrant population has become an increasingly significant part of the composition of the United States population. According to the statistics from Department of Homeland Security, 694,193 foreign-born citizens were naturalized in 2011 alone, and let alone the huge number of non-citizen population living in the country. Among the naturalized citizens in 2011, the largest subgroup comes from Asia, which has taken up 36% of the whole immigrant population, and India (6.6%), Philippines (6.1%), and China (4.7%) are the top three Asian countries exporting immigrants. While country-wise speaking, Mexico is the one contributed the largest number of immigrants – 94,783 (13.7%).
For example, China generates more than 21% of U.S. economic output and employs 3/5s of all manufacture’s employees (about 1 million). Also, China produces 56% of U.S. exports. 13. Between Walmart & Costco’s approach, I believe that Costco’s is better. Their policies benefit their employees and the wait for health care eligibility amongst the staff is much
For this essay team D chose to write about illegal immigration. Illegal immigration is a pressing issue which affects many people within the United States. There are over 4 million people waiting to get into the United States using the legal means (Heritage foundation, 2013), while there are already over 11 million in the United States illegally (Illegal Immigration, 2013). Many people say that this benefits the United States, while other argues that illegal immigration is just a burden that causes unneeded expenses to the United States and those legal citizens. In this essay we will discuss some articles on this as well as some possible solutions to the illegal immigration issue.
Although there are many similarities between the development of Chicago and Chongqing, the speed and scale of Chongqing’s development is unprecedented and puts it in a class of its own. Chongqing is growing eight times as fast as Chicago had, averaging three hundred thousand new people a year. These citizens migrate to cities like Chongqing mainly for employment. In China, there is a massive pool of labor that will work for very low wages, as many Chinese individuals are used to surviving on less than two dollars a day. Combine inexpensive labor with modern factory technology, and one may understand the reason for huge investments in city expansion projects and infrastructure, and perhaps the Chinese competitive advantage.
EGT1 -Economics and Global Business Task 4 Introduction China is the world’s leading nation in terms of population measure. As of the year 1990, the country had a population of 1,133,682,501 people. This has recorded continued growth of approximately 15 million people annually since then. Therefore, their government has placed a considerable amount of effort in ensuring that the Chinese population lives a better life. However, the process of ensuring this size of a population has a decent and high standard of living has posed a big challenge.
In World State the Government wants the citizens 24\7 distracted by technology and that is starting to happen already in this day and age, "A report out this week reveals that cell phone usage has reached a critical mass, with almost two-thirds (62%) of American adults now owning a cell phone. According to the study from Scarborough Research, this represents a 29% growth rate of cell phone ownership over the past two years.” (“Cell
Economic changes are slowly taking place to accommodate the intermixing of cultures. The city of Oakland, California passed a rule in April of 2001 that required applicants for most city jobs to be proficient in at least two languages. Businesses are faced with many hard choices in dealing with the diversity in cultures. They have to determine how to conduct business when minorities are not necessarily the minority group, when a racial category doesn’t measure race, and when so-called disadvantaged groups have more education and income than advantaged groups. When millions of people are so genetically mixed that they go beyond any racial label, it seems that change is
Because New Englanders moved a great deal, their homes were not as sturdy as those in the Chesapeake b. Most New Englanders moved to America in family groups, while most Chesapeake migrants had come as individuals seeking economic opportunity c. The harshness of the New England environment meant a higher infant mortality rate and smaller families in New England than in the Chesapeake d. Unlike New Englanders who cleared new fields every few years, residents of the Chesapeake used the same fields year after year 32. Anne Hutchinson challenged Puritan orthodoxy by expressing which of the following beliefs? a. She taught that the elect could communicate directly with god b.
At my age I cannot necessarily remember, but I can imagine from things I have read that in previous decades there was much more (meaningful) social interaction and camaraderie among Americans. The author pointed out that for many years labor unions were the most common organizational affiliations, yet this has fallen dramatically for the past five decades. Talking to people my parent’s age or older (60+) it always seems that membership in your trade’s union was par-for-the-course and an important part of their lives. The same goes for more informal groups of people who would meet for coffee or
Education for International students completely challenged since it began develop. The number of foreign students that coming to Canada is increasing every year, last year the government adopted more than 100.000 students from different countries. People think that Canadian education is becoming much better, because ESAL courses really developed since it was the first experiment. However, the presence of foreign students has led to the destruction of educational institutions. The first reason for the deterioration of the educational system is that students cannot focus on important subjects.