Youngsters from an ethnic minority background with the same cv, accent and clothing as the native Dutch are far less likely to find a job through an employment agency, according to new research for the social affairs ministry.
Once invited for an interview, the native Dutch person was offered the job on 44% of the occasions. Those with an ethnic minority background were offered the job 23% of the time.
The research „Discriminatiemonitor niet-westerse migranten op de arbeidsmarkt” concerned people of non-Western (Moroccan, Turkish, Surinamese and Antillean) origin in The Netherlands and was done by the government’s socio-cultural institute SCP showed (p.124 Summary in English).
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The Netherlands Institute for Human Rights is preparing a report on exploitation of Poles and other citizens from Central and Eastern Euope working in The Netherlands. Results will be published in June 2013 – read in Dutch
Opublikowane na portalu Polonia.NL 17.12.2012
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