Labor Market Integration

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Refugee Migrants in High-Income Countries – They experience persistently worse outcomes than other migrants

We provide an overview of the integration of refugees into the labor markets of a number of high-income countries. Discussing the ways in which refugees and economic migrants are differently selected and so might be expected to perform differently in a host country’s labor market, we examine employment and wages for these groups over time … Continue reading

Skills and Youth Labor Market Integration – Self-rated specific skills are more positively related to favorable labor market outcomes than self-rated generic skills

The transition from school to work is regarded as a precarious period for young people, as they often have to deal with periods of job searching, occupational mismatches and flexible contracts (Levels et al. 2014; Scherer 2005; Wolbers 2003). Education plays a decisive role in preparing youth for the labor market, and the provision of … Continue reading

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