Crises around the world have left 59.5 million people forcibly displaced from their country of origin. Syria is at the forefront of all our minds when we hear numbers like this and the debate wages on about just how many of these refugees countries around the world can — or should — take on. The theme is universal and revolves around a finite amount of resources and a huge influx of refugees that could upset this balance. The strain on education, healthcare and socialized programs could topple the entire system if there aren’t checks and balances in place. Finding jobs for displaced…

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