Immigrant Assimilation Pre and Post Labour Market Entry: Evidence from the UK Labour Force Survey
Lindley, JK and Clark, K (2009) Immigrant Assimilation Pre and Post Labour Market Entry: Evidence from the UK Labour Force Survey Journal of Population Economics, 22 (1). 175 - 198. ISSN 0933-1433
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00148-007-0173-4
Immigrant Assimilation Pre and Post Labour Market Entry: Evidence from the UK Labour Force Survey Abstract: We estimate models of employment an earnings for a sample of white and non-white male immigrants drawn from the Labour Force Survey between 1993 and 2004. Immigrants who arrived to enter the labour market (labour market entrants) are distinguished from those who arrived to complete their education (education entrants). Diverse patterns of labour market assimilation are found depending on ethnicity and immigrant type. Amongst labour market entrants, whites do better than non-whites, whilst amongst education entrants, highly qualified prime-age non-whites perform as well as their white counterparts. Relative to white natives, labour market outcomes for all immigrant groups have a tendency to decline with age.
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|Deposited By:||Symplectic Elements|
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