Policy Practitioners & Governments - Temporary Workers
Just because a job doesn’t require a university degree doesn’t mean the people who do it aren’t bringing value to the Canadian economy.
To understand the economic stakes in Europe’s refugee crisis, start in an unlikely place: the South Pacific island of Tonga.
Analysis: Do Migrants Take the Jobs of Native Workers? (Employer Report)
An analysis published by researcher Amelie F. Constant in the Germany-based IZA World of Labor tackles the question: Do migrants take the jobs of native workers? Constant finds the answer is no. And overall, the positive effects of immigration far outweigh the negative.