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factors affecting geographical mobility of labour
Factors affecting geographical mobility of labor are: 1. Cost of transportation: A worker may be able to move from one location to another if the cost of transportation is low. But when it is high, movement becomes difficult. 2. [ Accommodation problems: Workers may not be able to move to new location where there's accommodation problems. 3. Climatic conditions: Members may move from where
there are favorable, climactic conditions. 4. Family and cultural ties: Members of a family or culture may find it difficult to move from one location to another of strong family or cultural ties. 5. Government Policies: Certain government policies which can help to deliberately move labor to different states other than their states of origin. 6. Social and economic infrastructures: The availability of social and economic infrastructures eg, electricity, pipe borne water, telecommunication etc, do encourage labor to move to places where these infrastructures are available. 7. Discrimination: Labor may not be able to move if there is the possibility of discrimination against them in their destination. 8. Language barrier: When Labor finds it difficult to speak the language of a particular area, it becomes very difficult for them to move to such area. Article Source: ]
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Weegy: Factors affecting geographical mobility of labor are: 1. Cost of transportation: A worker may be able to move from one location to another if the cost of transportation is low. But when it is high, movement becomes difficult. 2. [ Accommodation problems: Workers may not be able to move to new location where there's accommodation problems. 3. Climatic conditions: Members may move from where there are favorable, climactic conditions. 4. Family and cultural ties: Members of a family or culture may find it difficult to move from one location to another of strong family or cultural ties. 5. Government Policies: Certain government policies which can help to deliberately move labor to different states other than their states of origin. 6. Social and economic infrastructures: The availability of social and economic infrastructures eg, electricity, pipe borne water, telecommunication etc, do encourage labor to move to places where these infrastructures are available. 7. Discrimination: Labor may not be able to move if there is the possibility of discrimination against them in their destination. 8. Language barrier: When Labor finds it difficult to speak the language of a particular area, it becomes very difficult for them to move to such area. Article Source: ]
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