Sydney is one of the biggest Australian cities. A Majority of people move there for good salary and better quality of life. The great economy and high salary involve people all over the world, especially from New Zealand, where citizens have not conditions like these. The major theme of this essay is positive and negative impacts of migration in Sydney. This research will begin by evaluating the economic factors of Migration it will then proceed to investigate the educational factors. In the process it will be highlighted that the impacts of migration are balanced
Paragraph 1: Sydney’s Economy: Positive factors
First of all, Sydney is a great place to start a business, because the economy is dynamic and due to the high quality of people’ living. In fact, Sydney is ranked 7 out of 140 cities in the 2013 Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU) Global Liveability Survey and number 10 out of 221 cities in the 2012 Mercer Worldwide Quality of Living Survey (Business Migration). Increasing the number of new business has influence on the city economy, the working places will expand and unemployment will go down.
Paragraph 2: Sydney’s Economy: Negative’ factors
Secondly, Another group of people argue that the number of newly-opened companies is very high, therefore competition between them prevents the growth of the business. If there are a great number of active businesses, they will fight for the control of the businesses in the city, so the prices will go down for consumers.
Paragraph 3: Education: The great opportunities
Thirdly, pressure groups in favor of migration in Sydney agree that high-levelled schools and universities pull them. There are a variety of schools such as religious, private, public, and co-educational, that thousands of international students attend. Also, the graduates of the schools have great opportunities to attend world leading universities, including University of Sydney, New South Wales University and famous Notre Dame University. These expatriate students bring into country’s budget large sources of revenue. In addition, these high-educated students have wonderful opportunities to work and earn high earnings all over the world.
Paragraph 4: Education: Expensive...