عنوان مقاله [English]
In developing countries such as Iran, the migration from village to city is one of the most important social, economic and political issues. Because immigrants are at the origin and destination of problems and problems, including changes in composition and population construction, employment, unemployment, wages, per capita income, the occurrence of multiple disruptions due to pressure on urban resources and facilities, urban dismantling and demolition They create such problems. In this study, the factors affecting rural migration in Bolharat district of Neyshabur city have been studied as a case study. In order to select the sample villages based on the statistics of 1390, 21 villages with population were selected. Three villages of Salari, Dehno, ghaleh shishe were selected by stratified random sampling method. Then, based on the statistical population, the sample size was based on the suggestion of Sheskin 120 items were selected and after the distribution and collection of questionnaires, the results were categorized and analyzed. The results of the data analysis indicate that there is a relationship between income deficits, lack of employment opportunities and a shortage of services and immigration facilities in the studied villages.