The first impact of the influx of a large number of migrant workers on the Malaysian economy is the air pollution increase. If the migrant increase, the population increase. The net migration in Kuala Lumpur is 25700 from 1991-1997 (Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur, 2015). One of the major effect on contributing on air pollution is increasing in population. One of the major factor that contribute to air pollution is increasing in population ( Azeez, 2009). This means if the population large, the motor
Foreign workers are the individuals who originate from outside the nation and afterward work abroad to discover and add to their wage. Most foreign workers originate from nations that are well poor and backward because too many people that an excess of individuals until the occupation is insufficient space for them. Subsequently, numerous have traveled to another country to discover the cash to meet their family life. With the passage of foreign workers into our nation, our nation can grow quickly
provide employment to both local and foreign workers. The Sabah experience suggests that a more systematic approach is needed to regulate the flow of migrant labor in the region. But for this to succeed, the support and cooperation of all the relevant parties would be essential. The current issues of labour market in Sabah can be divided into two which are foreign issues and local issues. The foreign issues are included unemployment among youth, migrant workers, and PATI issues. Next will have child labour
In this context, ‘local’ is the sense of belonging from a particular area and looking into being Singaporean also considering those who have stayed in Singapore for a long time. Which also meant that they grew, adapt and got influenced by the uniquely Singaporean culture and the way of living. They can be subjectively seen as a Singaporean as their living habits are adopted from the citizens. The food they enjoy eating, foot that are standing on the same ground and for some to even speak Singlish
Singapore is a beautiful city which have been made possible by people of all different races. Countries like Africa have diamonds, Middle East have oil, even our neighbouring countries Malaysia have palm oil and rubber plantation. For Singapore our only nature resources are people. Sadly, according to the United Nation World Population Prospects(UNWPP) Singapore will become a super-aged society by 2026, which by then out of five people one of them will be of the age of 65 or above. Half of the population
decrease over the years, hence, the stronger and younger transient workers would be able to replace the aging population of Singapore and help to sustain Singapore’s development through their different jobs, like the building of infrastructures in Singapore. In addition, because there is a low birth rate, but there are not enough young people to replace the old and weak citizens, and hence the physical help of the transient workers is very much appreciated by Singapore. Singapore is educationally
Financial Position a. Natural Resources Singapore is a set of islands of 710.2 sq km, located in South Asia between Malaysia and Indonesia. As in most islands, the climate of Singapore is tropical, with daily high temperatures moderated by the sea breezes and, thanks to the sea proximity, humidity and rainfalls throughout the year. The country’s territory consists in one main island and 60 smaller islets, which gives Singapore one of its main assets: 193 km of coastline. This coastline allows Singapore
QUESTION 1 Describe the geographical location of Dubai. Dubai geographical coordinates: 25 ° 15 '8 "North, 55 ° 16' 48" East Dubai is located in the Persian Gulf, in the northeast of the United Arab Emirates. Dubai is the second largest emirate by area of 3885 square kilometres. However, it will grow to twice the size with the addition of artificial islands Waterfront Three Palms, World, Universe Land Dubai, and the construction in the desert. The time zone of Dubai is four hours ahead of GMT.