THE PREFERENCES OF THE ASPIRING INDIAN IMMIGRANTS TO SELECT INDIA WITH THAT THE HOST COUNTRY DURING PANDEMIC
Received: 19.09.2021; Revised: 28.10.2021, Accepted: 26.11.2021, Published Online: 20.12.2021
Research Scholar, Department of Commerce, College of Science and Humanities, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, Chengalppattu, Tamil Nadu, India
Dr. D. Durairaj
Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, College of Science and Humanities, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, Chengalppattu, Tamil Nadu, India
Many of the key issues in the debate on immigration policy are economic. Most attention has been paid to the potential adverse effect on the labour market outcomes of native-born workers and less attention has been devoted to the possible benefits of immigrants in care of education and higher research seekers of immigration. As outlined in the entire discussion, the expected results depend upon the human capital level of the migrants compared to the natives by the following factors considerations Nourishment and Surroundings, Opportunity and Threat, Safe and Satisfying Stay, Workplace/ Institution and Emotional Balance of the Labour.
Despite the popular belief that immigrants have a large adverse impact on the wages and employment opportunities of the native-born population, the literature on this question does not provide much support for this conclusion. Most of the people are opting threats against opportunities after a period of 10 -15 years. For students, they are finding it hard to be in a position for their survival in the country. While, the working persons are feeling that the source of income is not certain after a particular period of time.
Participants identified several strengths and resources that allowed them to cope with pre-migration, transition and post-migration stressors. These coping strategies included family and community support, religion, personal qualities and comparison with the chosen factors for the effective decision making in respect of stay panning in the host country or the home country.
Key Words: Immigrants, Nourishment and Surrounding, Emotional Balance, Opportunity and Threat, Safe and Satisfying Stay.