Country 1; Migrant labour in UK
Country 2; Migrant labour in either Macao, Hong Kong, Singapore or Brunei with migrants from Indonesia, Nepal, Bangladesh, or Phillippines
What is Labour Mobility?
What Aspects of Labour Mobility will you cover?
What are the effects on labour markets in host country? Effect of skilled/unskilled migrants moving to work in host country?
What are the effects on labour markets in home country? Effect of skilled/unskilled migrants moving to work abroad?
Please base this report on the following format:
The contents page shows the main sections of the report, listing all headings and sub-headings (using a decimal numbering system) and showing page numbers.
The executive summary provides an overview of the entire report. It should be a clear, succinct summary covering all matters of key importance to the report. These include:
who authorised the report
objectives of the report
scope (topic and limitations)
information sources used
principal elements of conclusion.
Written last, the executive summary is placed at the front of a report. It allows the reader to quickly access the report’s main points, recommendations or required actions.
The introduction to a report provides similar information to that found in the Executive Summary but does so in much greater detail. A report introduction begins by documenting the following:
who has authorised the report
the topic being presented
the purpose and objectives of the report
the terms of reference or limitations
information sources used
general description of the report structure.
Main Body of Report (Discussion)
The main body of your report is used to build a discussion of the topic and therefore may have a number of sub-headings to enable you to write about how you have collected and used information to explore the topic and develop your argument, position, opinion and recommendations. It is essential that you provide evidence in support of your discussion by referencing all sources that you have consulted to build your knowledge of the topic.
A conclusion typically sums up the purpose of the report, how it was developed, what it found, and the major recommendations. The intention of a conclusion is to remind the reader of the overall report content and outcomes by providing a summarised explanation. This may result in some repetition of information, which should be clear and succinct.
Reference List/Bibliography (Chicago)
All sources of information used in compiling your report (written material, audio and video documents) must be listed in your reference list at the end of the report. People that you may have interviewed to obtain information may be listed separately or acknowledged under acknowledgements at the front of your report (but only if they wish to be identified!).