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5 reasons why immigrants do not take natives’ jobs is a reading exercise is true or false type question to practise for the Cambridge English C1 Advanced and IELTS tests as well as the English Language B IB Diploma.

5 reasons why immigrants do not take natives’ jobs

You will read an article online about reasons why immigrants do not take natives’ jobs. In order to answer the questions below click here first to read the article online.

1. Immigrants often help with labour shortages, taking jobs that native workers are not able to do.

2. Most immigrants are unskilled and take jobs that most native workers do not want to do.

3. Countries with a large immigrant population have weaker economies.

4. More than 50 per cent of people in the US and UK believe that immigrants take jobs away from native workers.

5. Immigrants often live on social welfare or government handouts.

6. Immigrants often take jobs below their skill level and ability level when they move to a new country.

7. A higher immigrant population creates a higher demand for products and services in any given country.

8. Immigrants are more likely to start a new business or create their own job than native people.


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