Problems Immigrants Face In Host Countries

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Jabr Almutairi

Keywords

Host Country, Immigrants, Immigration

Abstract

This study aimed to investigate the problems immigrants face in their host countries when dealing with native inhabitants, and to understand the effect of gender, age, and educational level on these problems. The sample for the study consisted of 150 immigrants working in Saudi Arabia. Means, standard deviations, and t-tests were used to analyze the results. The results showed that there are statistically significant differences in the problems that immigrants working in Saudi Arabia face. They also showed that there are statistically significant differences at (a= 0.05) in the problems immigrants face owing to the gender variable, and statistically significant differences at (a= 0.05) in the problems immigrants face owing to age and educational level.

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