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    Rural-urban migration trend and employment status : a case study in Bangkok Metropolis 

    Chuta Manusphaibool; Boonserm Weesakul, advisor (National Institute of Development Administration, 1990)

    This study treated rural-urban migration as the in-migrants from other provinces into the Bangkok Metropolitan Area. The various social and economic problems occurred in the capital city are partly due to the rapid population growth. The tremendous influx of in-migrants to the Bangkok Metropolis over the past two decades may contributed to the growth rate and may turn to create greater problems. The rural in-migrants are predominantly single young men and women. The employed in-imgrants in the Bangkok Metropolis are mainly engaged in work status ...