Tag Archives: Immigration

Globally, Migrants Likely to Be Underemployed, Unemployed

According to the Gallup.com study working migrants have lower job satisfaction than native-born. The majority of migrants worldwide are part of the labor force of their adopted countries, but they are more likely than the native-born to be underemployed or unemployed. … Continue reading

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Immigrant Entrepreneurs

There is growing number of Immigrant Entrepreneurs starting up successful businesses. Much of the great success has to do with strong motivation and drive to succeed at any cost, especially when many consider there humble origins of where they came from. … Continue reading

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The Integration of Immigrants in the Work place

Here’s some interesting research done by Institute for Work and the Economy, on the integration of Immigrants in the work place. Introduction This project addressing the challenges of integrating immigrants in the workplace was conceived as a result of a plenary … Continue reading

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Improving Immigrant Worker Performance

Improving Immigrant Worker Performance program is designed to explain how native supervisors and management can improve the assimilation of immigrant workers into the workplace. Misunderstandings, poor communications, and decreasing productivity are the leading causes of these challenges resulting in accidents, … Continue reading

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Immigrant Worker Rights

Historically, U.S. and foreign workers have often been pitted against each other, and racism and immigrant bashing have divided workers domestically to the advantage of corporations. Now, Jobs with Justice, along with many others, is bridging the gap between the … Continue reading

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Immigration and American Jobs

For years, economists have been poring through job market statistics looking for evidence that immigrants undercut less-educated Americans in the labor market. The most recent empirical studies conclude that the impact is slight: they confirm earlier findings that immigration on … Continue reading

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