Are immigrants fully integrated into Spanish society?

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Are immigrants fully integrated into Spanish society? Empty Are immigrants fully integrated into Spanish society?

Post by Miranda Pérez García on Sat Feb 24, 2018 9:14 pm

All the immigrants have a reason to go to another country, this reason could be a war that is destroying all they know, poverty, having the family near…
In another perspective, I think people judge immigrants because of their colour, culture or because they entered Spain illegally and live here. There’s a lot of racist, less than in the last century but it’s stills alive.
Immigrants usually look for a job for have money to pay things and maintain their families, but when they look for it people often tell them they can not work in there because they haven’t their papers, they don’t know to speak completely correct or give the job to a Spanish person that have more abilities than them.
Imagine this: A will be the immigrant and another person who is B will be Spanish.
A who is magnificent in his job (in his country) and has the licence, but no one knows him in Spain. He cannot work as a he was? Of course he can but the problem is that someone has to hire him. If he doesn’t justify with something, his license, he has more complicated to find a job. Another person, that is B, that has his licence and can justify has more possibilities to obtain the job than the immigrant. A that was brilliant in his job finally do hard works or lose a lot of time looking for a job. A which has studies and know how to to things (in that job) has complications to still working in the job he knows.
Some of the immigrants have abilities, as in the example, they cannot use.


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Post by Sofía Martínez Martínez on Sun Feb 25, 2018 12:29 pm

I agree with you Miranda, but don’t understand completely the example you gave, actually I think it makes no sense. First of all, if a doctor is really good in his/her country, why would he want to emigrate to another one? If there are wars, he/she helps the injured and homeless people. The example you wrote is not very clear, you could use another profession to explain the situation. And, why would a doctor become a builder? If they don’t accept him as a doctor, how are they gonna accept him as a builder if he hasn’t got any experience or studies? What I’m trying to say is that immigrants have more difficulties to find a job, I agree with you in that point, but that doesn’t mean they have to change their profession.

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