Mexico could be on the rise to become one of the world's manufacturing powers. The workforce is already there, now it's up to companies and people to build jobs for the citizens and immigrants moving in. Amazingly, a country which had so much migration away from the country is now moving back, and with they're not doing it alone but with people from around the world. "Build it and they will come". That being said, Mexico not only has appealing labor rates compared to China and other areas of the world, but the proximity to the United States makes opportunity very appealing. Being next to the U.S., a country which imports so much of its supplies, can be a gold mine for Mexico. In the future it is possible for the tables to turn. Where there was once Mexicans crossing the border for work, it could be Americans crossing the border into Mexico for work. An extreme statement, but anything can happen in this day and age.
I look at this article and think, "perfect timing". Within the last few decades, the United States was a destination to make dreams come true and raise a family with a healthy income. That was a time where jobs and opportunities were arising within the states, so in an immigrants perspective, why not make the trip? Now, in 2013, things are a little different. The middle class is not as affluent as before, and people tend to be struggling compared to previous years. Instead of saving for a summer vacation, it's saving to make the car payments and inevitable bills at the end of each month. Immigrants obviously recognize this and making the trip becomes less and less appealing, and then there's a curveball... The economy is improving south of the border as well as the ability to raise a family. Why risk criminal activity and especially one's life when there are opportunites right at home? Another issue to note is the severe risk when crossing the border. The United States has cracked down on it's boundaries with the advancement in technology and manpower, but that's only a problem if the extremely powerful cartels are bypassed on the Mexican side.
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