What type of jobs would Chinese scholers most likely have?
Chinese students and graduates are interested in global affairs as they pertain to the rapid changes in Chinese society. They have interests like any other in specific areas of study as well as those that interest them. While Chinese culture and business methods and practises are different from those of other nations, they are dedicated and hard workers with the same goals as any person.
Chinese workers took jobs for low pay in mining and railroad construction in the United States. It wasn't "nativism" that prompted the passing of the act. It was the fear by citizens living on the west coast that the unchecked flood of Chinese workers then entering the country would displace them from their own jobs and livliehoods. Therefore its primary motivation for being passed was economic, not nativist views. Nativists panicked because they feared Chinese…
If you got a degree in international business and Chinese what kind of jobs could you get and would this be a good plan for college. Would learning Chinese even help me in the long run?
It would be impossible to say. A spreadsheet is so versatile that there are a wide range of jobs that would find it useful. Jobs which involve a lot of dealing with numbers would particularly use it. So anyone in financial work, accountancy, statistics etc. would be likely to use a spreadsheet a lot. You could not really pick one single job though.
Aside from their work on the Transcontinental Railroad, Chinese immigrants were confined to low payi8ng, menial jobs. There was a lot of racism at the time, and Chinese immigrants were often set upon by mobs of whites who believed they were taking away jobs. Anti-Chinese activism became so intense that the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 was passed, banning further Chinese immigrants.
The supreme court ruled in cases affecting the rights of Chinese immigrants in a fair manner. In its ruling, the supreme court that the number of Chinese immigrants coming into the country should be limited. However, any Chinese immigrants who were in the country would have security of tenure in their jobs.
Chinese workers, also known as "The Celestials" were honored to place the last of the rails that would connect the coasts of the continent in 1869. Despite much castigation and discrimination in the California gold fields, the Chinese workers took the jobs no one else would, sometimes dangling from ropes to drill holes in the sides of mountains and placing explosives (nitroglycerin) that no one else would touch. Their names are lost to history.
They passed the Chinese Exclusion Act because: -Chinese men were taking most of there jobs. -Americans didn't like the way they dressed or the religious ways of the Chinese. -Although this is false information Americans thought that Chinese men came here to make money and then go back to their home country to get women into prostitution or to help with that kind of business. -Americans thought that Chinese immigrants were payed less which helped…