By Georges Lemaître; Thomas Liebig; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.; SourceOECD (Online service)
While immigrants arrive in a brand new state, they're faced with new hard work industry requisites equivalent to language skillability, familiarity with activity seek techniques and paintings practices which they aren't continuously in a position to fulfill. those hindrances have an effect on not just new immigrants, yet, strangely, their youngsters too, whether the kids are born and knowledgeable within the receiving nation. This booklet provides reports of the hard work industry integration of immigrants and their kids in 4 OECD nations (Australia, Denmark, Germany and Sweden), and gives country-specific strategies. Governments have a job to play in selling language and vocational education, and inspiring range within the place of work. Immigrants themselves needs to settle for the necessities of the host nation employers. The viability of destiny migration guidelines, specifically larger recourse to immigration, will count to a wide quantity on how profitable OECD international locations and immigrants are in attaining those objectives.--Publisher's description. Read more... v. 1. Labour industry integration in Australia, Denmark, Germany and Sweden -- v. 2. Labour marketplace integration in Belgium, France, the Netherlands and Portugal -- v. three. Labour marketplace integration in Austria, Norway and Switzerland
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La politique de dispersion a eu des effets négatifs sur les performances des immigrants, notamment ceux qui sont arrivés pendant la crise économique. Il semble en outre que, dans bien des cas, ces effets ont persisté. Dans les années 90, alors que sévissait une grave crise économique, la Suède a continué de recevoir des demandes d’asile. Les requérants ayant obtenu le droit d’asile ainsi qu’un permis de séjour se sont trouvé confrontés à un marché du travail extrêmement déprimé, sur lequel se pressaient un nombre considérable de demandeurs d’emploi suédois nés sur le territoire et possédant des qualifications formelles ainsi qu’une expérience professionnelle acquises dans leur propre pays.
For migration to play the role expected of it in this regard, however, it is clearly necessary that the current stock of immigrants and future arrivals be integrated into the labour markets and societies of the receiving countries and be perceived as contributing to the economy and development of the host country. The issue of the integration of immigrants, however, is not really a new one. Immigrants at all times and places have had to adapt to the host country and vice-versa. The nature of the integration process has differed from country to country and over time, depending on the migration history of the country, the characteristics of arrivals, the existing programmes in place to assist immigrants upon arrival and the general social and economic conditions in the country.
This is the case for Australia, Belgium, Ireland and the United Kingdom, all of which tend to have more skilled migration or more migration from European and/or OECD countries than most other immigration countries. Likewise, host countries with an overrepresentation of immigrants from countries that generally have less favourable outcomes tend to show an increase in the odds ratios after adjustment. This is the case in the Nordic countries and the Netherlands with respect to employment outcomes.