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Define pull factor and give examples of pull factors.
A pull factor is something that attracts people to go and live in a particular place. Examples of pull factors are: Labor Demand, Political and Religious Freedom, Higher standards of living/Higher wages.
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A pull factor is something that attracts people to go and live in a particular place. Examples of pull factors are: Labor Demand, Political and Religious Freedom, Higher standards of living/Higher wages.

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