International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online)

Return Migration and Employment in Mexico
Laura Myriam Franco Sánchez

Return migration had an important impact on the countries of origin, transit and destination. For these countries, the impact is felt on national immigration systems and the integrity of asylum systems. It is clear that the reintegration of returnees requires meticulous planning and greater collaboration between sending and receiving countries. This paper presents an analysis of return migration and employment in Mexico. This information generated by a sample of the Census of Population and Housing 2010, which provides more accurate profiles of returning migrants will be analyzed. The data examined include socio-demographic characteristics of returning migrants, characteristics and tracking their employment and income trends once they return to Mexico.

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