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DIW Wochenbericht 43 / 2014

Anerkannte Abschlüsse und Deutschkenntnisse lohnen sich

Über die Erwerbsverläufe und die Verdienste von Migranten vor dem Zuzug nach Deutschland ist bislang aufgrund der Datenlage wenig bekannt. Die neue IAB-SOEP-Migrationsstichprobe schließt nicht nur diese Lücke, sie stellt auch umfassende Informationen zu den Determinanten der Arbeitsmarktintegration von Migranten in Deutschland bereit. Menschen, die bereits vor dem Zuzug erwerbstätig waren, sind dies ...

2014| Herbert Brücker, Elisabeth Liebau, Agnese Romiti, Ehsan Vallizadeh
DIW Wochenbericht 43 / 2014

Migranten investieren in Sprache und Bildung

Sprachkompetenz und Bildung sind Schlüsselfaktoren für die Teilhabe von Migranten an allen Bereichen des wirtschaftlichen und sozialen Lebens. Ob es Zuwanderern gelingt, ihr im Ausland erworbenes Humankapital nach Deutschland zu transferieren, zeigen erste Ergebnisse aus der IAB-SOEP-Migrationsstichprobe. Lückenlose Bildungsbiografien der Migranten in Deutschland und in den Herkunftsländern machen ...

2014| Elisabeth Liebau, Agnese Romiti
DIW Wochenbericht 43 / 2014

Neue Muster der Migration

Über die Migrationsbiografien, -wege und -erfahrungen der in Deutschland lebenden Zuwanderer gibt es bislang nur wenig gesicherte wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse. Eine im Jahr 2013 begonnene Längsschnittstudie soll diese Lücke schließen: Für die neue IAB-SOEP-Migrationsstichprobe werden künftig jedes Jahr 5 000 Personen mit Migrationshintergrund und ihre Familienangehörigen befragt. So lässt sich nachvollziehen, ...

2014| Herbert Brücker, Ingrid Tucci, Simone Bartsch, Martin Kroh, Parvati Trübswetter, Jürgen Schupp
DIW Economic Bulletin 3/4 / 2017

Refugee Integration: A Worthwile Investment

The initial fiscal costs associated with refugee integration are quite high—but as more and more refugees join the labor force, a reduction in ongoing welfare costs and an increase in government revenue will result. Against this background, the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) in Nuremberg and DIW Berlin conducted a joint investigation (funded by the German Federal Ministry of Labor and Social ...

2017| Stefan Bach, Herbert Brücker, Peter Haan, Agnese Romiti, Kristina van Deuverden, Enzo Weber
DIW Economic Bulletin 34/35 / 2016

Children and Adolescents with Refugee Background Less Likely to Participate in Voluntary Educational Programs - with Exception of Extracurricular School Activities

Non-compulsory educational programs including extracurricular school activities, child day care centers, and non-formal educational programs, such as sports or music activities outside of school, make an important contribution to social integration. But to what extent do children and their families actually make use of these voluntary programs? On the basis of the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) and the ...

2016| C. Katharina Spieß, Franz Westermaier, Jan Marcus
DIW Economic Bulletin 34/35 / 2016

Half of the Refugees in Germany Found Their First Job Through Social Contacts

In Germany, the majority of people tend to find work through friends, acquaintances, and relatives when they first enter the labor market or switch jobs. The same applies to immigrants and their offspring. Integrating refugees into the labor market is considered crucial to their overall integration into society, yet little is known about how they land their first jobs. The present paper attempts to ...

2016| Philipp Eisnecker, Diana Schacht
DIW Economic Bulletin 34/35 / 2016

Refugees Entered the Labor Market Later Than Other Migrants

It has taken longer for refugees who have been living in Germany for some time, particularly those who arrived between 1990 and 2010, to take up gainful employment than other migrants. These findings are based on data from the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) and the IAB-SOEP Migration Sample. In addition, these refugees show a higher rate of unemployment and earn lower incomes by comparison even years ...

2016| Zerrin Salikutluk, Johannes Giesecke, Martin Kroh
DIW Economic Bulletin 34/35 / 2016

Language Acquisition: Refugees Nearly Achieve Proficiency Level of Other Migrants

Whether they’re looking to participate in social life, enter the German labor market, or obtain relevant training certificates, learning German is a critical part of integration for the majority of refugees—and yet only a handful of studies have examined their language acquisition patterns and skill levels. The IAB-SOEP Migration Sample, which was collected by the Institute for Employment Research ...

2016| Elisabeth Liebau, Diana Schacht
DIW Economic Bulletin 34/35 / 2016

Many Refugees Have Work Experience but a Smaller Share Possess Formal Vocational Qualifications

Academic and vocational qualifications play a crucial role when it comes to successfully integrating refugees and other migrants into society. What qualifications did migrants already acquire in their country of origin and which did they obtain in Germany? And to what extent are qualifications gained abroad recognized in Germany? The IAB-SOEP Migration Sample shows that the majority of the migrant ...

2016| Elisabeth Liebau, Zerrin Salikutluk
DIW Economic Bulletin 34/35 / 2016

Integrating Refugees: Insights from the Past: Editorial

2016| Philipp Eisnecker, Johannes Giesecke, Martin Kroh, Elisabeth Liebau, Jan Marcus, Zerrin Salikutluk, Diana Schacht, C. Katharina Spieß, Franz Westermaier
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