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Hungarian migrants in the UK labour market: a pilot study of the former education of Hungarian migrants and the underutilisation of their skills in the UK

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SKOPE Issues Paper No.32 January 2014
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In May 2004, eight East European countries (A8)1 became members of the EU. The UK was one of the three countries, together with Ireland and Sweden, that granted the new Europeans immediate and free access to their labour markets. As a result, a large number of work-seekers arrived in the UK. Between April 2004 and March 2005, 116,840 A8 citizens requested a national insurance number (Department for Work and Pensions 2012). The new arrivals have received significant attention from politicia...

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University of Warwick
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Centre for Education and Industry
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ESRC Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance (SKOPE) Publisher's website
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2014
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uuid:75050157-830d-4688-8051-3a4d192af45a
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