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IMMIGRANT ETHNIC MINORITIES IN THE DUTCH LABOUR MARKET

by Hans Entzinger

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Purdue University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnic studies,
  • Immigration & emigration,
  • Social Science,
  • History,
  • Labor Market,
  • Netherlands,
  • Sociology,
  • Minorities,
  • Immigrants,
  • General,
  • Social Science / General,
  • Alien labor,
  • 20th century,
  • Employment

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages174
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9100578M
    ISBN 109051702264
    ISBN 109789051702262

      By far the largest ethnic minority group hails from Turkey, due to the immigration of Turkish guest workers in the s and, later, their dependents. On aggregate they constitute nea, or 12 percent, of all resident foreigners in Denmark. Ensuring Labour Market Success for Ethnic Minority and Immigrant Youth The labour market integration of young people from ethnic minority and immigrant backgrounds is one of those issues which government finds it a challenge to address, particularly in Cited by: 9.

      The chances of ethnic minorities being jobless in , when the labour market was tight, were still higher than they were for whites 10 years . While formulating a national policy for ethnic minorities since the s, Dutch government officials interpreted immigrant problems in the cities through American sociological studies. The way the officials defined minorities and immigrant problems as well as their cherry picking of American research contributed to the failure of policy planners to formulate policies to create equality for Cited by: 1.

    Participation in the Labor Market’ ( – ) ‘Kahanec and Zimmermann have produced a remarkably useful and accessible volume that everyone who is curious about, let alone interested in, the labor market situation of ethnic (and immigrant) minorities in the European Union must read. The immigrant-background share of the Dutch population and its diversity have grown in recent years. When considering both immigrants and Dutch natives who have at least one parent born outside the Netherlands, the migrant-origin share of the population stood at percent in


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IMMIGRANT ETHNIC MINORITIES IN THE DUTCH LABOUR MARKET by Hans Entzinger Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Immigrant ethnic minorities in the Dutch labour market: analyses and policies. [H B Entzinger; Jacques J Siegers; F Tazelaar;].

This book examines racial and ethnic discrimination in the labour markets and workplaces of western Europe. Scholars from ten different countries set out the experience and implications of this exclusion for two main groups: the more established second and third generations of postwar migrant descent, and the 'new' migrants, including seasonal and undocumented workers and refugees, who are.

Book Description. Populations of visible ethnic minorities have steadily increased over the past few decades in immigrant-receptive societies. While a complex calculus of IMMIGRANT ETHNIC MINORITIES IN THE DUTCH LABOUR MARKET book and pull factors has motivated this increase, one of the main impetuses for this migration has been the search for employment, better wages and a higher standard of living.

Extract. Joop Hartog INTRODUCTION Concern regarding ethnic minorities in public debate and government policies covers more or less only recent immigrant groups. There are modest regional differences in income levels and unemployment rates, and natives of these regions have distinct characteristics; however, discrimination is not an by: 8.

Populations of visible ethnic minorities have steadily increased over the past few decades in immigrant-receptive societies. While a complex calculus of push and pull factors has motivated this increase, one of the main impetuses for this migration has been the search for employment, better wages and a higher standard of living.

The labour market integration of young people from ethnic minority and immigrant backgrounds is one of those issues which government finds it a challenge to address, particularly in the current climate of growing youth unemployment.

Supporting access to the labour market for all young people is typically a. The ethnic minorities discussed by politicians and most scholars comprise the immigrant communities who settled in the Netherlands after World War II, the result of colonial history and the guest.

of an ethnic penalty, defined as the disadvantages ethnic minorities experience in the. labour market compared to non-ethnic minority groups of the same human capital.

heath and Ridge () look at this idea by making comparisons between two. groups, “whites” and “blacks” in the United by:   In the present study, we contribute to such a debate by providing some evidence on the relationship between ethnic identity and labour market outcomes of the immigrants in Europe.

Using data from the European Social Survey (ESS), we are able to differentiate between first and second generation of immigrants and collect some suggestive results Cited by: Multiculturalism in the Netherlands began with major increases in immigration during the s and s.

As a consequence, an official national policy of multiculturalism was adopted in the early s. This policy subsequently gave way to more assimilationist policies in the s. Following the murders of Pim Fortuyn (in ) and Theo van Gogh (in ) the political debate on the role of.

Abstract. The Netherlands is known worldwide for their tolerance and multiculturalism. In addition to their permissive drug and prostitution policies and early adoption of gay marriage legislation, the country has long acted as a “Promised Land” for religious refugees and, more recently, implemented explicit multicultural policies of the s and s to promote immigrant by: 4.

Labour market integration of immigrant women: overview and recent trends', Report for the joint OECD and European Commission Seminar: Migrant women and the labour market: diversity and challenge. In terms of labour market participation, over 60% of second generation immigrants have some form of work, compared with 66% of the native Dutch.

The figures follow International Labour Organisation guidelines and cover people aged 15 to75 who don’t have a paid job but have recently looked for work and are immediately available. Additionally, while low-skilled labor still is economically required by a group of countries, so as to supply their services and unskilled labor markets, the irregular influx of immigrants that fill such market gaps has turned immigration into a political, social, and identitarian issue that strongly contends and emphasizes the provision of : Elisa Ortega Velázquez.

importance of the institutional factors such as policies on the labor market integration of immigrants (Reitzet et. al ). Van Ours and Veenman () argue that the relatively poor employment position of ethnic minorities in the early s in the Netherlands might be explained by the policy.

Labour Market Experience of Male Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities in the UK Abstract This paper examines the changes in the labour market experience of different immigrant and ethnic minority groups in the UK over time. The analysis suggests that, in early 90s although there was no clear cut evidence of segregation in terms of employability Cited by: 1.

This research examines the labour market performance of Britain’s ethnic minorities. In particular, it emphasises the diversity of their experience and the dynamic change in the relative positions of ethnic groups between and   “But despite this success, graduates from a black and ethnic minority background still face significant employment and pay penalties in the workforce.

These labour market disadvantages are a big living standards concern and mean we risk failing to make the most of the investment made in their education.”.

Ethnic Minority Educational and Labour Market Performance in the Netherlands By Justus Veenman Approximately million people live in the Netherlands who could be considered ethnically not-Dutch, either by place of birth or that of at least one : Justus Veenman.

Which of the following would be classified as a primarily and ethnic minority group. According to your book, which of the following could not be considered minorities: according to split market theorists.

Capitalists, higher-priced labor, lower-priced labor. Another Dutch dialect granted the status of regional language is Limburgish, which is spoken in the south-eastern province of Limburg. Major immigrant languages are Indonesian, Turkish, Arabic, Berber, Papiamento, German and Polish.

See also. Dutch people; Islam in the Netherlands; Immigration to Europe; List of countries by immigrant populationBirth rate: births/1, (st).Different ethnic minorities have diverse labour market experiences. Some groups such as the Chinese and Indians fare relatively well, while others such as the Pakistanis and Bangladeshis do worse.

We examine the experiences of ethnic minorities in detail to establish the nature and extent of ethnic diversity in the UK labour market.

To achieve File Size: KB.Their position on the Dutch labour market differs widely from that of the indigenous population. While the unemployment rate among the native Dutch population is 8 per cent, this rate is 23 per cent among immigrants. For the largest minority groups, that is for Turks, File Size: KB.