bit of history.Migrant workers in Russia have always been.If you do not get involved in the search for them from the time of invitation to the Kingdom of Rurik and the Vikings, and stay in sight of the second half of the twentieth century, that anyone could remember the construction crew from various Soviet republics at the construction site of the BAM or shabashniks from Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, and so on.d., are building barns and pigsties, knocked at the door leatherette, scrape floors, wallpaper adhesives.Then no one raises the question: whether they are necessary.They were granted the Soviet system.

It would seem, why not now, so the question?What makes modern guest workers, and why to them in Russian society sharply negative attitud
e?Indeed, the majority of European and Asian countries also employ migrant workers, but these Russian concerns there is much less.

«Group of the Moldovan special forces during the assault on the apartment of habit even repair it."Folklore.

For example, in Germany, for example, foreign workers are somehow integrated into society, but the descendants of the first Turkish immigrants increasingly are in constant search of its own identity.In South Korea, by contrast, the social structure does not allow for the integration, as it developed mono-centuries-old tradition.

Addressing these countries are different, but there is practically no problem.Why is that?

Who is he - migrant workers in Russia?

Russia against migrant workers is by its specific development.Migrant workers, unlike many other countries, Russia has absolutely no rights and are in the position of slaves at the bottom of the social and working layer.

Tightening stay in Russia, these socio-cultural groups is reduced to even greater corruption among Russian officials and the deterioration of the situation of migrant workers themselves.

mood of society towards them mostly negative, because they can not annoy in everyday people who do not speak the language, but in a service staff.Their way of life in Russia - large ethnic communities because of cost savings and antisanitariynyh conditions - also can not please the eye of the Russian esthete.

only united by a common historical past with the Russian guest worker able to understand the phrase otherwise inaccessible to foreigners, "Oh, no, maybe ...".

and why they go?These countries (the former friendly and united with Russia a common seventy years) the economic situation is much worse, and they are selected from the inertia of the two evils that it seems as if no less familiar.

Gastarbeiter as a constant Maslow pyramid

The real question should be put probably a little differently: can the state regulate or, in other words, afford to make attractive socio-economic working conditions in those areas, which employ migrant workers?Solving the problem in a way guaranteed to respond to a maxim header.

If yes, to perform unattractive from an economic point of view, the work may go willingly citizens of Russia and the issue will disappear by itself.

«Previously yards swept Penquin and worked in boiler COMI.Now taxi drivers in wipers and Uzbeks, most firemen - Tajiks and bartenders by two-thirds - snitches. "NevaForum.

In the same South Korea, which, by the way, more increases the flow of labor from Uzbekistan, as this contributes to the government of that country, thus reducing the flow of visitors in Russia, for example, the question is easily solved.

Given the fact that the local population, as well as in Russia, are reluctant to go to areas where the need low-skilled, low-paid and therefore - according to Korean standards - labor, the state willingly uses foreign labor.At the same time there and at the legislative level and the actual protected and regulated the rights of migrant workers.For example, compensation for accidents at work they are paid on common grounds, the cases of non-payment of wages are rare, if they occur, the Korean state in the face of the judicial system is always on the side of the foreign worker.

Germany also quite successfully regulates foreign labor, doing some efforts to integrate them into German society.And it gives off.For example, last year the whole of Germany saddened by the passing of man, created in the distant seventies first German doner kebabnuyu, through which thousands of Turkish guest workers and to this day have a well-paid permanent job.

Gastarbaytry in Russia is undoubtedly needed.Apart from the economy, at least for a society to become truly civil society, not just the people who inhabit a certain part of the land.That it has learned to ask myself questions that move the development of socio-cultural relations and general civil liberties.Only then can move up a notch in the Maslow pyramid.