Labour migration: basic notions

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Labour migration – is the process of movement of labour resources from one states to another with the aim of further employment on better conditions than in their state. Apart from economic approaches international migration depends on also from political, cultural, ethnical, family and other factors. Because of existence of present factors the labour migration is a constituent of a more comprehensive notion – international labour migration and this process is not directly connected with the employment of a person.

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N. M. Tyukavkin

Department of Economics, Samara State University, Samara, 443011, Russian Federation.

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