Indian immigrants in Minnesota

Push and Pull factors

Push factors, they have a lack in opportunities. Lack of food. They have the highest unemployment rate. (As of 2011). They also have child labor rates that are high.

Pull factors, job opportunities, better imply meant rate, more food, better environment.

Ravenstein's laws that did and didn't apply to indian immigrants.


- Most migrants move from a rural area to an urban area.

-Most migrants travel only a short distance.


-Each migration flow produces a movement in the opposite direction.( counter flow)

Where do these immigrants live?

Where they do for jobs and challenges for them

Mostly they would be working at any job but some work in pharmacies. Some challenges is that some speak Hindu so it would be hard to communicate.