Migration in Estonia. Silver Orissaar, Heleri Sepp, Jürgen Raagmaa, Katre Aasaleht, Merilin Reepalu, Siim Vahkel, Maris Päev, Maria Merila. We interviewed 5 persons. Siim and Maria interviewed Katrin Alliku, Mart Alliku. Heleri interviewed Rauno Kurvits.
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Silver Orissaar, Heleri Sepp, Jürgen Raagmaa, Katre Aasaleht, Merilin Reepalu, Siim Vahkel, Maris Päev, Maria Merila
Most of the respondents moved from country to town and that’s beacause they couldn’t find a job.
Most of the respondents said, that it’s more easier to live in town than in the country and living in town gives you more possibilities to find a good job. And ofcourse, the salary in the town is more higher than in country.
The respondents said, that in town the accessibility of doctors is better than in country.For example, the ambulance can reach you in town faster than in country, because there isn’t any big hospitals in country.But the accessibility of shops is good in both places. Yes, in town, the shops are bigger but it doesn’t matter really. The main thing is that you can buy everything you need.Accessibility of various facilities (shops, doctors etc.)
Most of the respondents said, that their family and friends were positive about their decision to move.And they all still communicate with their family and old friends.Some of them even communicate with their old neighbours.Family and friends
Migration affects everyone differently. But our respondents were mostly affected positively. They got used to their new lives and most of them don’t want to move back to the old place.Experience