THE FUTURE OF LABOUR FORCE IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION
Corina MATEI- GHERMAN
Journal Title:International Journal of Communication Research
Emigration, namely movement of a person or group of persons from one place to another, is specific to both humans and animals and birds. In the beginning, the main reason of such movements was finding of food and water, later on of a job, of escaping political or religious persecutions, or of a new place for professional accomplishment. In time, emigration came to be caused by forced dislodgements, civil wars, or return to the native country. Therefore, the emigration phenomenon has existed since old times, it is still present in our days and, it will undoubtedly be continued in the future, its causes being the unequal economic development of the various countries of the world.