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Europe's promise for jobs? Labor market integration of young EU migrant citizens in Germany and the United Kingdom

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Migrant youth are faced with the double disadvantage of labor market entry and problems associated with assimilation and discrimination in the broad context of migrant life courses (Kogan et al. 2011, 75). In the words of Hooijer and Picot (2015, p. 5), “Migrants are by definition labour market entrants” (see also Kogan 2006). Although there is some literature on barriers to labor market integration for recent immigrants in general (Kogan 2006; Andrews, Clark,...

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University of Oxford
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Social Policy & Intervention
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Youth Labor in Transition Inequalities, Mobility, and Policies in Europe
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Youth Labor in Transition Inequalities, Mobility, and Policies in Europe
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2019-01-10
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0190864796
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9780190864798
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2019-07-09

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