Tyler Elliott Hr. 2
The biggest reason that Filipinos came to Minnesota was for education in local colleges and universities. Also the came to work on the land as farmers.
Ravenstein's laws of migration
Most migrants are young men.
It was mainly men who came here for education and farming.
Men more likely to migrate to a new country
The left the Philippines of better schools and land.
Most migrants move from rural to urban areas.
Almost all the migrants moved from small villages to large cities like Minneapolis.
What current challenges the immigrants that they face
It was next to impossible for the filipinos to find work in the twin cities. If they did, it would be low end jobs like: farmers, servants, service worker in a home, hotel, or a restaurant.