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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 7879-7884

Causes of Migration in Baluchistan; (A case study)

Seemab Abid, Noreen Qudoos, Ambreen Masood, Mahgul Khajjak, Kanwal Ashfaq.

The phenomenon of International migration is ever- growing. In which both sending and receiving countries have important implications. For a sending country it is important in term of remittances that leads to increased incomes that ultimately helps in promoting economic development, improved health, educational outcomes, and decrease poverty. No doubt for the migrants and their families these gains might cause substantial social costs too. There are large number of international migrant recipients in many developing countries. They have to go through numerous challenges of integration of immigrants, such as provision of social services to the migrants and job related competition among native workers and migrant and provision of social services to the migrants.

Key words: Trends, Causes, Migration

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