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Rural-urban Migration For Employment In Kisumu Central Sub-county, Kenya
The unemployment, unstable and low-paying jobs in the urban centers compel most migrants to live in slums and informal settlements. The latter is associated with poor living conditions and moral breakdown thus forcing migrants to adopt coping strategies to survive. The objective was to evaluate the coping strategies adopted by rural-urban migrants in Kisumu Central Sub-County. This study was modeled on Harris Todaro's theory of migration where wages for urban and rural agriculturalists were compared. This was a mixed-study design and a sample size of 399 was randomly selected. Primary data were obtained through questionnaires and key informant interviews
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