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1.Finances pushed ‘pandemic migrants’

A growing number of Americans are moving because of the coronavirus pandemic — and increasingly that choice is being forced by financial pressure. A new Pew Research Center survey found that 5% …

2.Finances pushed ‘pandemic migrants’

JANTETELCO, Mexico (Reuters) – Alberto Burgos is one of thousands of Mexican migrants living in the United States who dug deep and sent extra money to family back home last year to alleviate the…

3.Finances pushed ‘pandemic migrants’

A new U.N. report estimates that the COVID-19 pandemic reduced the number of international migrants by 2 million by the middle of 2020 because of border closings and a halt to travel worldwide — an estimated 27% decrease in expected growth. Clare Menozzi, principal author of the report by the U.N. Department of Economic and Social Affairs’ Population Division, told a news conference Friday …

4.Finances pushed ‘pandemic migrants’

Both the experience from previous economic crises and first indications on labour market and social outcomes during the current pandemic suggest that the COVID‑19 crisis is likely to have a disproportionate impact on immigrants and their children. This policy brief provides first evidence on how the pandemic has affected immigrants and their children in terms of health, jobs, education …

5.Finances pushed ‘pandemic migrants’

JANTETELCO, Mexico (Reuters) – Alberto Burgos is one of thousands of Mexican migrants living in the United States who dug deep and sent extra money to family back home last year to alleviate the…

6.Finances pushed ‘pandemic migrants’

The pandemic is pushing up unemployment among migrants at a faster rate than among German citizens, hampering the country’s previously successful push to integrate into its labor market the record 1.1 million people who arrived in 2015 seeking asylum.

7.Finances pushed ‘pandemic migrants’

Many of the migrants were driven by an increasingly desperate situation in Honduras, where the economic ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic and two major hurricanes in November have piled atop chronic poverty and gang violence.

8.Finances pushed ‘pandemic migrants’

Migrants stand outside container houses in Moria refugee camp on the northeastern Aegean island of Lesbos, Greece, March 16, 2020. “Even with financial support from the European Commission, Greek …

9.Finances pushed ‘pandemic migrants’

Mothers push for basic income during pandemic: “A moment of rage” With many schools and daycares closed amid the coronavirus pandemic , more than 12 million women have lost a job — and just over …

10.Finances pushed ‘pandemic migrants’

Locked out As the pandemic recedes, let migrants move again. … Malaysia has pushed boatloads of Rohingya refugees back into international waters. The army chief in the Maldives has called …

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1.How the pandemic is worsening inequality

As a result, the IMF estimates that income inequality rose more sharply in 2020 than it did in previous economic and financial crises … forecast that the pandemic will push up to 150m more …

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Migrants in limbo at Mexico’s northern border with the United States say U.S. authorities are using the pandemic as an excuse to push an anti-migration policy. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe Reuters brings you the latest business, finance and breaking news video from around the globe. Our reputation for accuracy and impartiality …
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