Disadvantages of Foreign Workers

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TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN COLLEGE
AHEL2043 ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION

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TITLE: Malaysia has too many foreign workers

INTRODUCTION
Malaysia has long prided itself as a model of ethnic harmony. There are about 21 million (July 1997) people in Malaysia from diverse races. It can be said that in diversity there is unity because in Malaysia all the races work and live together. The Immigrants to Malaysia are attracted by the low unemployment rates, as well, particularly those from Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and the Philippines. There are 1.8 – 2 million legally registered foreign worker in Malaysia and also with another million of unregistered. So our presentation will discuss about the advantages and disadvantages of employed too many foreign workers in Malaysia.

Introduction of group members
* Alson Ooi Jia Hong
* Paul Oon Yu Ming
* Tan Chun Khin
* Nya Hong Xun

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Advantages
I.Helping in house work
* Double income family does not have time to do house work.

II.Low cost labour
* Can cut down the cost of hiring labour
* Can hire more labour with same amount of capital

III.Able to work in long hours
* able to bear a long time work with no complaints.
* Willing to work more hours to earn more moneys for their family.

IV.Can find workforce easily
* Some of the Malaysian despise on some work sush as cleaner * No matter what work it is, foreign workers are willing to work as long as it can earn money.

Disadvantages

I.The population keeps increasing
* Number of foreign labour is increasing everyday specific from India , Pakistan , and Bangladesh

II.The level of unemployment become higher
* The foreign workers...
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