Current Migration to Minnesota

Josh Carlson

Push & pull

Push: government, not enough food or money, and low living style.


Pull: Jobs, money, food, freedom, education, and a house.

Ravenstein's laws of migration

Ravenstein's law used in Laos is young people are moving to Minnesota, long distance migration, people taking steps to move to Minnesota, and people moving urban to rural.

Where do people live in Minnesota? What do they do for jobs?

People would live in St. Paul, Minnesota, Duluth, and St. Cloud. Hmong would work in community gardens and suburb farms.

The challenges they face.

They would have to get used the area. They would have to get used to the hostility from certain people and or groups who think of them as job computation or are extremist.