By Terry-Ann Jones
Jones reveals that the reviews and socioeconomic development of immigrants are mostly depending on their contexts of reception. She bases her findings on her research of Jamaican immigrants in Miami-Fort Lauderdale (South Florida) and Toronto (Canada). Of specific relevance are the racial and ethnic compositions of the 2 parts, their exertions markets, and the immigration rules of the 2 international locations. She compares the socioeconomic prestige of Jamaican immigrants in those components, utilizing schooling, career, and source of revenue because the major signs. Jamaicans in South Florida fare greater in all 3 symptoms than they do in Toronto. a prime explanation for this can be the presence of a big native-born blacks inhabitants within the united states, making a community for the Jamaicans.