The Financial Times has multimedia coverage of the impact of the crisis on migrant workers:
The economic downturn has inevitably hit migrant workers hard. Here, reporters from the FT’s foreign bureaux investigate the plight of migrants from Poland and the US to Brazil and China, to see which groups are returning home and which are finding innovative ways to survive the downturn abroad.
- Downturn slows tide of US-bound workers, by Matthew Garrahan
- Families struggle to survive as flow of dollars dries up by Adam Thomson
- Downturn hastens Nigeria’s ‘brain gain’, by Matthew Green
- Thoughts turn to home for white South Africans by Richard Lapper
- Sun sets on migrants’ Japanese dreams by Lindsay Whipp and Jonathan Wheatley
- China schools offer parents incentive to stay put by Tom Mitchell
- Downturn puts paid to Polish mobility by Jan Cienski
- Ukrainians forced to cross border for work by Jan Cienski
Hat tip: Laurence.