Migránsok foglalkoztatásának megítélése egyetemi hallgatók körében = The judgement of migrants employment among university students

Revealing the specifications of endangered employee groups of the labour market and their social-labour related integration have always been a challenge for the specialists. As a result of the migration wave from the summer of 2015, the handling of the situation of the immigrants, refugees has becom...

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Main Authors: Dajnoki Krisztina
Kőmíves Péter Miklós
Pierog Anita
Format: Article
Published: 2017
Series:Köztes-Európa : társadalomtudományi folyóirat 9 No. 1-2
Kulcsszavak:Bevándorlók helyzete - Magyarország, Migráns-kérdés - Magyarország, Felsőoktatás - Magyarország
Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/55053
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Summary:Revealing the specifications of endangered employee groups of the labour market and their social-labour related integration have always been a challenge for the specialists. As a result of the migration wave from the summer of 2015, the handling of the situation of the immigrants, refugees has become of great importance. However the number of the immigrants drastically decreased by the end of the year of 2015, still we believe that we need to be prepared for the country focused migration and the possible integration of the long term present migrants in the field of education and labour market. This study represents the partial results of a research, aiming to reveal the migrants-related attitudes. In the framework of a survey we wanted to know how university students see the factors in the employment of the immigrants, and whether the employment of the immigrants has a positive or negative effect. Results show that most important drawback of the immigrants is the imperfect knowledge of Hungarian language. They are considered to be cheap work force, who are not demanding regarding labour conditions, and their presence contributes to the increase of crime and prejudice.
Physical Description:351-361
ISSN:2064-437X