The influx expected by the two economists is within the scope of being translated as extra employment, once migrants having enough level of skills for entering the market of labour and participating in the activity of economics. However, it had been warned by the Commission that while the entire effects of wage could end up being positive out of the influx, some workers of lower payment could end up losing out in the shorter run because of competition . The rate of individuals arriving in Europe ended up increasing partly in the year 2016, with maximum to arrive from zones of conflict such as Syria by the Eastern and Central Mediterranean Sea and the Western Balkans, as per the border agency of EU. In the shorter period, this has been posing a number of political and economic issues for Europe, like difficulty in finding suitable housing, integrating migrants within the force of labour, and several other concerns related to security. However, in the longer period, this influx of individuals might end up being an economic edge as the population of Europe is ageing at an extremely fast rate and rates of population growth have ended up falling dramatically in comparison with the past.
Therefore, towns and cities can be considered as the source of a number of external diseconomies without any counterbalance through the internalized economies of size. Hence, when a number of big organizations have key concentration in an urban region, it can be stated that there is efficiency of area from the point- of- view of economics, but not from the point- of- view of the society (Boyle et al. 2014). It has been pointed out by Marshall that in almost every nation, towns have to deal with constant migration. Large towns such as London have been absorbing the best talent in comparison with entire England, being highly gifted with strongest characters and highest physique, and most enterprising potential. However, this depicts a possible risk as the tendency of urban crowding can end up having negative impacts not only on the environment, hygiene, and sanitation, but also on the efficiency of economy itself. Condition for the accessibility of labour market in the process of asylum claim involve significant variations across nations (Brettell and Hollifield 2014). In certain cases, there can be granting of access to labour marketing, within certain conditions, while in others, the period of waiting takes a long time. Estimates of higher bound for Switzerland and European Economic Area on the whole is known to be indicating the cumulative effect of the inflow of asylum seekers by the end of the year 2016 will be corresponding to almost 1 million entries in the market of labour, or 0.4 per cent of the labour force of European Economic Area.