In the recent past, also in Italy, studies on international migrations and foreign presence have focused attention on the socio-economic integration of the second generations of immigrants. The aim of this work is to analyse the labour market integration of the first and the second generation of immigrants in Italy in order to understand if, and how, there are differences in terms of job access and professional qualifications, also in a gender and citizenship perspective. Does the economic integration change according to the age at arrival? Do men and women have the same job profiles? Does the citizenship affect the access and the integration in the labour market?

Labour Market Integration of the Migratory Generations: an Exploratory Analysis using Census Data

STROZZA, SALVATORE
2015

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In the recent past, also in Italy, studies on international migrations and foreign presence have focused attention on the socio-economic integration of the second generations of immigrants. The aim of this work is to analyse the labour market integration of the first and the second generation of immigrants in Italy in order to understand if, and how, there are differences in terms of job access and professional qualifications, also in a gender and citizenship perspective. Does the economic integration change according to the age at arrival? Do men and women have the same job profiles? Does the citizenship affect the access and the integration in the labour market?
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