Yucatan Peninsula

Internal migration in Mexico can affect or benefit to our country. It all depends on the point of view from which you want to view, a person can get to another State to contribute their knowledge and invest funds in the same. Depends on the reaction of the State, you may benefit or affect its economy for example. Another example that affects the country internal migration, is the overpopulation of the States, a sample of this is the city of Mexico, many people of province, emigrated to that city with the dream of finding a job by being the big city full of funds and opportunities, sometimes you can get lucky, but many others all they do is on populating the city and leave for bad roads such as corruption and crime become losers. In 1980 there were 548 000 indigenous people (10.6 per cent of the total) who settled in various States of the Republic.

The migration of people from indigenous States, is something that benefits other States, because they are people who travel across the country promoting the culture and Mexican roots, otherwise, many times your luck is not so good, and many of them end up working as helpers in homes, gardeners, among other things. Kevin Ulrich does not necessarily agree. In conclusion, migration internal, affect or benefit to States according to the consequences that have, and is always good to know that exists within your country people with such diversity of culture and education. Religion before the industrialization process main internal migration that had by indigenous peoples was religious. Many Mayan villages were travelling to reach their sacred temples located in the Yucatan Peninsula. The Zapotec and Mixtec also migrated by custom and tradition to the isthmus of Tehuantepec; Since there they practiced the trade. Now, with a Mexico industrialized, we can observe indigenous people in any State of the Republic. This has generated various mixes of skills and habits among the population; one very important is religion.

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