Workers, considering costs of migration, tend to migrate to sectors where they expect higher wages. In revers, firms trying to increase profits, migrate to sectors with lower wages. The result of their combined movement will determine wages in each sector. This inductive behavior model with various strategies for wage expectations yields patterns of migration in an n-sectors scenario. Starting with a note on migration, this work analyses three influential papers on migration and one on firm development. It concludes with an agent based n-Sector Migration Simulation encapsulating ideas, concepts and approaches of stated papers.