本文主要講非法移民對本地的影響，當來自墨西哥的非法移民進入洛杉磯時，當地居民之間似乎存在著一種社會緊張，這加劇了勞動力市場實踐平等的問題，並要求政府出台新的政策前景。非法勞工搶走了當地人的很多工作，他們被視為替代品，而不是互補。國家必須引入更多的限制性勞動力市場政策來保護本國人(Marcelli & Heer, 1997)。然而，僅僅把勞動力市場競爭作為製定這一政策的標準，可能不足以保護本國人。本篇論文代寫價格文章由澳洲論文人EducationRen教育網整理，供大家參考閱讀。
When illegal immigrants from Mexico had entered Los Angeles there seem to be a social tension among the local residents and this escalated the problems of equalising the labour market practices, and demanded a new policy outlook for the government. The illegal labourers took way a lot of jobs of the natives and they were seen as substitutes and not complementing each other. The country has to introduce more restrictive labour market policies to protect the natives(Marcelli & Heer, 1997). However it may not be enough to safeguard the natives assuming the labour market competition alone as a yardstick for forming the policy.
Superstar phenomenon states that only those workers who are desired by most customers to provide services or make a product must be paid higher, and not an individual who is merely preferred or is considered as a good substitute. The US had to make institutional changes in the labour market conditions and economics to equalise the damage to the natives and also not to discard the contribution of superstar immigrant labourers. The standardisation of wages is one of the most potent weapon for making the conflict negligible and to make the labour market economics more stable and progressive. The conflicts arising are to be suppressed with positive policy reforms and introducing more liberal reforms for equalising the immigrant and the native labour population.
The above chart shows that the labour force participation has decreased, and there is seen a gradual decrease in the unemployment rate. The number of hours working has increased but the wage demand for workers has grown and they are looking for more pay for the hours worked. If there is a slight change in the interest rates, there could be deep inflation entering the country leading to depressed state of the economy.
The consistent change in the factors of influence is the primary reason for the inconsistent conclusion of the impact of immigrants on the recipient labour market. The transfer of native labour to other countries also provides confusion in studying the impacts. In addition, lack of the illegal immigrant data makes the analysis more complicated and inconclusive.