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Labor Market Integration of Refugees research group

The Labor Market Integration of Refugees (LMIR) research team of the BSS faculty

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Europe is experiencing a substantial influx of first time migrants. While the labor market integration of refugees with a residence permit (called ‘vergunninghouders’ in Dutch) is called for, only 11% of the refugees who received a residence permit in 2014, found work 2,5 years later (SER, 2018; for a selection of relevant reports, articles, and output: Links). Several factors both on the side of the migrants (e.g., group characteristics) and on the side of the organizations (e.g., diversity management approach) may contribute to this low employment rate (Background).

Last modified:21 August 2018 2.15 p.m.