Countries with more migrants better at integrating them, OECD study finds

By Patrick Kingsley in The Guardian

Countries with larger migrant populations are paradoxically better at absorbing them into the workforce, a groundbreaking new report on integration within the world’s richest countries has revealed.

Migrants to countries within both the EU and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, a group of western nations that includes the US and Canada, are more likely to find employment if their host country has a larger migrant population. By contrast, there is no correlation between a country’s migrant poverty rate and the number in the country.

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