Even though there is a show on German television called "die Auswanderer", emigration is basically not a new topic. After all, people have emigrated from time to time throughout the history of mankind. We don't even need to go back to the migration of peoples (400 - 800 AD), where the Hunnic nomads drove whole groups of peoples before them who were not willing to submit. Within a few decades the map of Europe changed, because the expelled Slavs, Celts and Germanic peoples were now looking for new settlement areas and annexed whole areas of land, whose inhabitants also wanted to be safe and fled, or emigrated.Flight because of armed conflictsSo today an endless number of people flee from the Middle East (Syrians, Iraqis, Kurds, Lebanese, etc.), where there have been 80 wars in the last 100 years alone.
The reason is that so many different peoples and religions have to live together within borders that don't want them to. This leads to daily, warlike conflicts that many people want to escape in exchange for living in prosperity and peace. Further emigration reasons are that: Seven reasons immediately to emigrate.Economic povertyMany people from the third and fourth world try to emigrate to Europe, because these and their children, no sufficient food, partly for climatic reasons, still have a chance to get out of this misery in their home country. The Sahel zone is particularly affected by increasing drought and overpopulation.
Among other things, crop failures and a sharp increase in population were the reasons why many Irish and Germans emigrated to America in the 19th century.Lack of professional prospectsNumerous people in Europe have a good education or even a degree, but still cannot find adequate employment in their home country. For example, many well-educated Spaniards are unable to find a job due to high youth unemployment, which then drives them abroad. Similarly, many young doctors in Germany, who find in other European countries significantly more favorable working hours with higher pay.Religious reasonsReligious minorities, such as Christians in Muslim countries, often feel bullied and persecuted in their home country by those of other faiths, which makes them emigrate. It was no different in Anno Domini with the persecuted Huguenots, who found their comfortable country, especially in Prussia.AdventurousnessYoung people today like to work or study a few semesters in another country to get to know the country and its people.Scenic advantages "Do you know the land where the lemons bloom, in dark foliage the golden oranges glow'" is how prosaically Goethe raved about Italy, but even today Italy is the country of longing for many Germans, to which many want to emigrate.HealthMany adults and especially often children have health problems in our cooler and wetter climes, whereas in the south they have significantly fewer, if any, physical complaints.
This makes many families think about emigration.Lower taxesThis makes countries like Austria, Switzerland and Monaco particularly interesting. Especially for the wealthy such as top athletes and hip artists.Old-age poverty, increasingly more pensioners are affectedWith small pensions, it is easier to live in countries with a lower cost of living, such as Romania and Thailand.