Dinner Dan Pinchas


Integration of migrants into the labor market of the target country is considered one of the main indicators of successful absorption. The research literature distinguishes between several indicators of integration in the labor market that may examine the socio-economic achievements of immigrants in the receiving country: participation rates in the labor force, type of occupation, scope of employment and income from work. The indicators are affected mainly by the human capital that the immigrant brings to the new country (education as an indicator of skills and skills, type of profession and conversion ability, control of the language of the target country and experience in the labor market. This article will attempt to analyze the impact of immigration on countries around the world, with an emphasis on the State of Israel. This article is part of a doctoral thesis on the impact of immigration on labor relations in Israel.


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