Do Migrants get Good Jobs in Australia? The Role of Ethnic Networks in Job Search
We study the role of ethnic networks in migrants’ job search and the quality of jobs they find in the first years of settlement. We find that there are initial downward movements along the occupational ladder, followed by improvements. As a result of restrictions in welfare eligibility since 1997, w...
JUNANKAR, P.N. (RAJA)
|Place of publication:||
Melbourne, Australia Blackwell Publishing Asia 01.09.2008
Wiley Subscription Services, Inc
|published in:||The Economic record Vol. 84; no. s1; pp. S115 - S130|
|Data of publication:||2008-09|
We thank the Australian Research Council for a Discovery grant supporting this research.
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