C. A person who works in a country in which he or she does not hold citizenship.
A migrant worker (or foreign worker) is any person that moves from their country of origin to a different region or another country in which he/she does not have an official citizenship, looking for a stable and often seasonal job to obtain enough economic support and staying for a determinate period.
Well i don't know what the choices are but here is what a migrant worker is:
A migrant worker is some one that travels all over the country in search of a job, most commonly jobs that include a lot of labor. These are just temporary jobs and can often be seasonal depending on the profession.
Migrants, in simple words, are people going away from their homeland to another place.
Migrants can move nationally or internationally. Their motivation is usually to find better conditions to live, be it because of their homeland being at war, enduring an economic crisis or just has worse overall life quality when compared to their destination.
The correct answer is C. A person who works in a country in which he or she does not hold citizenship
"Migrant worker" is a term used to refer to the situation of individuals who work in a city or country different from the one they were born or the one in which they are citizens. This implies individuals move mainly for economic reasons or to improve professionally. However, this term is also related to the forced displacement of individuals from their countries of origin to other countries as some immigrants aim at improving their quality of life by working in other countries. So, the correct answer is C. A person who works in a country in which he or she does not hold citizenship
i'd say from a moral standpoint, the brains are both of equal value.
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