MIGRATION performs at least two important functions in
society. First, it is the way by which the labor force ad
justs to employment opportunities in different geographic areas.
Second, it is one means the individual has of finding a more satis
factory environment and occupation. This process goes on con
tinuously as a result of the decisions of individuals or groups.
Ramsey, Charles E.; Orman, Allan D.; Nelson, Lowry.
Migration in Minnesota 1940-1950.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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