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06 Barriers to Geographical Mobility of Labour

Travelling from one place to another, to get employed, is not an easy job. These are some of the major barriers to geographical mobility of labour.
·    Climate condition
·    Lack of employment opportunities
·    Lack of economic development
·    Lack of technological development
·    Slow urbanization
·    Scarcity of basic facilities

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