How to Know Which Countries Have the Most Migrant Workers in the World
The United States is a hotbed for immigrants, but the nation has a relatively small immigrant population.
That’s not a big surprise given how much the U.S. relies on immigrants to supply labor to keep its economy humming.
The U.K., by contrast, has more than 200 million immigrants in the workforce.
That means it has a sizable immigrant population with the potential to make big bucks in the U, which has the highest unemployment rate in the world.
But it also means that there are lots of migrants who can’t afford to work, and some of them are making it back to their home countries.
As a result, the U.’s immigrant population is growing.
Here’s how the numbers stack up.
Immigrant Population in the United States Source: U.N. Population Division Population Division data for 2017-2018.
Source: Department of Labor data for 2018-2019.
Immigrants in the Philippines.
The Philippines has the largest immigrant population in the Americas with nearly 2.6 million people.
That puts it on pace to overtake Mexico as the second-largest immigrant country after the United Kingdom.
While the Philippines does have a large Asian population, Filipinos are the fastest-growing foreign-born group in the country, which is about to expand its population by nearly 600,000 people, according to the U of A’s Population Division.
The population is expected to reach about 3 million by 2020.
China has a large population of foreign-based workers but not nearly as many as the Philippines, which accounts for about 3.6 percent of the world’s population.
Chinese immigration is expected grow by more than 600,0000 people over the next five years, up from about 200,000 a decade ago, according the U., which is also adding another 10,000 Chinese migrants per year.
In 2017, the Philippines received about 10.7 million immigrants from China, while China received about 12.1 million immigrants.
The United Kingdom has the second largest migrant population in Europe, at 1.9 million, and has a similar number of immigrants in China, at about 1.4 million.
The country’s immigration system, which was largely dismantled in the 1970s and ’80s, has been heavily impacted by immigration and a shortage of workers.
In 2016, the population of Britain and Ireland was the highest in Europe and the largest in the Middle East, accounting for more than 40 percent of all migrants.
The government is looking to improve its labor market by boosting the number of high-skilled workers and increasing the number in certain sectors.
A number of countries have stepped up their immigration policies, including the U