Article : Migrant Workers In Unorganized Sectors - A Regional Analysis In Erode And Tirupur Districts Of Tamil Nadu

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Migrant Workers In Unorganized Sectors - A Regional Analysis In Erode And Tirupur Districts Of Tamil Nadu

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P.Mohanraj, D. Arunkumar

The present study aimed that major causes of migrant workers for their interstate movement. The study conducted in two districts of Tamil Nadu namely, Erode and Tirupur. 1000 respondents were chosen from the two districts and sample survey method was adopted. Human migration has increased significantly in the previous two decades. There are more interstate migrant workers today than ever before in India, and their number is assured to increase for the probable future. Labour migration has been a continuous phenomenon especially from poor regions of states to the industrially developed states. Migration provides possible device to encourage development and minimize poverty. Migration becomes one of the most common livelihood strategies of the modern globalizing process of population movement. In recent years, Erode and Tirupur districts of Tamil Nadu is witness for large migrant worker’s inflow from different parts of the country. Workers from different states like Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Kerala and Uttar Pradesh migrate to our state especially Tirupur and Erode districts for improving their family economic conditions where local economic conditions offer inadequate livelihood alternatives. Erode and Tirupur districts provide employment opportunity for those people in dissimilar sectors.

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