128 million people live as migrants in the 36 OECD countries, within the EU there are around 58 million. On the labour market you have to take in comparison to the native population of massive disadvantages: higher unemployment, less state support and if there are Jobs, then there are more likely to be in the low-wage sector.

the qualification of The immigrants is only a partial explanation. Because, in fact, more than a third of the migrants are highly qualified and the proportion is higher than in the native population. The integration study of the EU and the Organisation for economic co-operation and development (OECD), which was presented at a UN migration summit in Marrakech.

Details related to the integration studiewas was studied? For the study, the Situation of migrants and immigrants in the member States of the EU and the OECD, has been studied. The focus is on the socio-stood-economic circumstances, the situation on the labour market, social Integration and the question of how gender and age in the life situation. The results are representative? The study is based on data from the national statistics authorities. The results are due to the wide data base to be representative, even if the authors write that the comparison of national data was “a real challenge”. Who did the study? The integration study is a joint report of the European Union (EU 28 member States) and the organization for economic cooperation and development (OECD, 36 member States). Both organizations have given to together in mission.

In Germany, according to the report, significantly more migrants in Jobs for low-Skilled than in the international comparison. While the average for the EU and the OECD, a quarter of these Jobs by immigrants will be exercised, in Germany 40 per cent. This also corresponds to the values of Austria, Sweden and Norway. The proportion is even higher with over 60 percent in Switzerland and in Luxembourg.

The main findings of the study:

The number of good and very well-qualified migrants is in a cut of 36 OECD countries at 37% and higher than that of the native OECD population (32 percent). Both groups have grown in the past ten years, by seven percentage points. Within the OECD 38 percent of migrants is low or non-qualified ; for the indigenous population this figure is 33 per cent lower. 56 percent of the new immigrants to visit in the countries of the OECD, spoke a course . The value lies in the North of Europe and in German-speaking countries is significantly higher, at 70 percent. That Germany supports in particular refugee children, had recently established the Unesco-world education report. Immigrants are more likely to have fear for your Job (48 percent compared to 42 percent for native workers). And also the health of the disadvantaged: “In all European countries for migrants, regardless of their qualification, to get a higher level of risk than for Locals, a Job that is hazardous to health “, write the authors of the study.

The poorer employment opportunities of immigrants, the report back to structural reasons: “Almost every labour market within the OECD at a disadvantage foreign financial statements”, – stated in the study. The employment rate of migrants within the EU and Non-EU products still 14 percentage points lower than that of immigrants with an EU degree.

study: number of skilled workers from abroad rising slowly to DPA Germany wants to attract skilled workers from abroad for the labour market – also from Non-EU countries. That’s according to a study, only slowly – in addition, the influx of Fugitive is significantly decreased.

the EU are far overqualified 2.9 million highly educated migrants for their current Jobs. A further 2.4 million from this group are affected accordingly, even unemployment. Thus, the receiving countries will not harm himself, the report says.

the OECD Secretary-General Angel Guerría called on member countries to use the skills of immigrants targeted, and to open up new opportunities: “much remains to be done, when it comes to the development of the previously unused potential of migrants for economic and social development in the host countries.”

with Material from AFP

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