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Compare push and pull factors that drive migration, and give two examples of each.

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    Push factors, such as war, pestilence, disease, and famine, involve reasons to leave a place. Pull factors, such as job opportunities, education, social acceptance, and family, involve reasons that draw people to a place. Some factors can push and pull different groups simultaneously.

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