Labour Migration from Moldova to Russian Federation and Turkey
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Labour migration tendencies do not represent a new issue on migration agenda. However, with time the type and character of these movements changed and took more dynamic scenario. This became possible mainly due to the course of evolution and various types of developments brought by globalization. Global processes as development of information and communication technology gave a push to the change of migration character. Especially, this affected labor migration trend between developed and developing countries. Being the supplier of labor resources to such countries as, Russia, Italy, and Turkey, Republic of Moldova became one of the bright examples of circular labor migration. Two large-scale group of migrants having different characteristics and ‘pull’ explanations bear down to Russia and Turkey and gave a new impulse to labor migration tendency in Moldova, that became more and more resemble with circular labor migration. This thesis aims to compare two destinations of Moldovan labour migrants Russian Federation and Turkey and to see how migration tendencies to these countries develop on the way to circular migration.