2 edition of Immigrant occupational attainment found in the catalog.
Immigrant occupational attainment
David A. Green
by University of British Columbia, Department of Economics, Centre for Research on Economic and Social Policy in Vancouver
Written in English
|Statement||by David A. Green.|
|Series||Discussion paper / University of British Columbia, Department of Economics -- no.95-15|
One of the crucial questions on the long-term consequences of immigration is whether dis-advantages experienced by immigrants are transferred to their children. In this study I present the first evidence on occupational class attainment among second-generation immi-grants in by: 2. Occupational attainment is a scaled assessment of the socioeconomic status generally associated with each occupation. Occupations in which workers have the same average income and level of education have the same occupational attainment score: Higher-paying, scarcer jobs have higher occupational attainment scores than do those that are dirty, dangerous, common, and/or low-paying. .
Findings indicate that, on arrival, immigrants from a non-English speaking background face significant disadvantage in occupational attainment, particularly those from Asian countries. The Educational and Occupational Attainment Process: The Role of Adolescent Status Aspirations [Yukiko Inoue] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Educational and Occupational Attainment Process established a variation of the Wisconsin model to address the nature of attainment5/5(2).
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Karas compares the earnings and occupational attainment of Chinese, Cuban, Filipino, Korean, and Mexican immigrants to those of foreign-born non-Hispanic whites. Using census data, she tests three models of attainment: a human and social capital model, a local labor market model, and a model combining human capital and local labor market indicators against a baseline ethnic heritage Author: Jennifer Karas.
Interestingly, most analytic models of immigrant socioeconomic attainment have not incorporated this complex reality. I address this shortcoming by exploring interactive models of the occupational attainment of West Indian immigrants, with emphasis on the role that education plays in.
Abstract. This paper examines the determinants of occupational attainment and the impact of occupation on earnings. Results for both the native born and foreign born are presented, and these provide insights as to the earnings penalties associated with the less-than-perfect international transferability of human capital by: OCCUPATIONAL ATTAINMENT OF LATINO IMMIGRANTS IN THE UNITED STATES STEPHANIE A.
BOHON ABSTRACT. Acquiring good jobs is vital for the economic success of immigrants, yet occu-pational attainment is understudied in the immigration literature. One particularly neglected aspect is the role of ethnicity in occupations beyond the ethnic niche. The findings show that occupational attainment varies considerably by country of origin across these areas, although important human and social capital factors also are significant variables.
These findings lend support to the proposition that, for immigrants, place of origin and destination play an important role in job‐queue by: Subscribe to the Center for Migration Studies Periodic updates and announcements on CMS research, events, and publications.; Subscribe to the Journal on Migration and Human Security Periodic article announcements and other updates from the Journal on Migration and Human Security, CMS's public policy publication.; Subscribe to the CMS Migration Update Weekly digest of news and other.
This paper examines the determinants of occupational attainment and the impact of occupation on earnings. Results for both the native born and foreign born are presented, and these provide insights as to the earnings penalties associated with the less-than.
The findings show that occupational attainment varies considerably by country of origin across these areas, although important human and social capital factors also are significant variables. These findings lend support to the proposition that, for immigrants, place of origin and destination play an important role in job‐queue by: Occupational Attainment of Male Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities in the UK: /ijabe Using Labor Force Survey data of the UK, this paper examines occupational attainment of immigrants and ethnic minorities in the last two decades.
It suggestsAuthor: Sayema Haque Bidisha. Occupational Attainment and Earnings among Immigrant Groups: Evidence from New Zealand Sholeh A.
Maani University of Auckland and IZA Mengyu Dai University of Auckland Kerr Inkson University of Auckland Discussion Paper No. September IZA P.O. Box Bonn Germany Phone: + Fax: + E-mail: [email protected] JEWISH IMMIGRANT OCCUPATIONAL ATTAINMENT 77 effect for Western European and Canadian immigrants than it has for those from Southern and Eastern Europe.
This may arise from the greater transferability to the United States of the country-of-origin skills of the former (Chiswick,).Cited by: OCCUPATIONAL ATTAINMENT AND IMMIGRANT ECONOMIC PROGRESS IN AUSTRALIA By Barry R.
Chiswick University of Illinois at Chicago & IZA-Institute for the Study of Labor and Paul W. Miller University of Western Australia DISCUSSION PAPER Immigrant Occupational Attainment 53 immigrants ‘‘assimilate’’ in the sense of catching up to the earnings levels of the native born.
Occupational adjustment may form an important part of the assimilation process. When immigrants ﬁrst arrive, they are likely to be hampered by a lack of knowledge on how to locate job offers and.
Downloadable. Native and foreign-born workers with a high school degree or less educational attainment provide unique occupational skills to the US labor force. This regularity might be driven, in part, by limited access to occupations for immigrants lacking legal rights to work in the US.
This paper exploits exogenous policy change induced by the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA. Article Citation: Dowell Myers and Julie Park () The Role of Occupational Achievement in Homeownership Attainment by Immigrants and Native Borns in Five Metropolitan Areas.
Journal of Housing Research:Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. Cited by: Our paper also contributes to the analysis of occupational attainment among im-migrants and the native born.
In particular, we analyse the role of human capital in governing the allocation of immigrants, as compared to native workers, in the occu-pational hierarchy (Chiswick and Miller ).
Our findings suggest that wage differ-Cited by: Mexican Occupational Attainment in Old and New Immigrant Destinations Increasingly immigrants are eschewing traditional destinations such as Los Angeles and New York City for new destinations in Atlanta, Nashville, Las Vegas, and elsewhere.
Metropolitan areas with fewer t foreign-born residents in now have half a million. The occupational attainment of Caribbean immigrants in the United States, Canada, and England. Downloadable (with restrictions). This article compares immigrant and native-born male occupational distributions in Canada in the s.
Three questions are addressed: (1) how do immigrant and native-born occupational distributions differ?; (2) are immigrants more occupationally mobile?; and (3) how do immigrant occupations and mobility relate to characteristics used in immigrant selection.
(). Mode of Migration, Age at Arrival, and Occupational Attainment of Immigrants from Mainland China to Hong Kong. Chinese Sociological Review: Vol. 50, No. 1, pp. Cited by: 6. The study, entitled, “Bridges and Barriers: Religion and Immigrant Occupational Attainment across Integration Contexts,” is co-authored by Phillip Connor, Research Associate for The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, and Matthias Koenig, Professor of Sociology and Sociology in Religion at the University of Göttingen and Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic .Occupational Attainment.
A career can be defined as a pattern of work experiences comprising the entire life span of a person and which is generally seen with regard to a number of phases or stages reflecting the transition from one stage of life to the next (=sequences of work roles).This article compares immigrant and native‐born male occupational distributions in Canada in the s.
Three questions are addressed: (1) How do immigrant and native‐born occupational distributions differ? (2) Are immigrants more occupationally mobile? and (3) How do immigrant occupations and mobility relate to characteristics used in immigrant selection?Cited by: