In the future fewer Danes and more new Danes will be of employable age and new Danes will constitute an increasingly important contribution to the labour market. However, only approx. 60 per cent of the new Danes are in the labour force as opposed to 80 per cent of Danes.
Our fact sheets provide an indepth quantitative insight into new Danes' connectionto the labour market. They illustrate employment structures, give statistical descriptions of the unemployed and their basis of support as well as the extent and effects of the activation work.
The fact sheets contain three levels. There is a report covering the country, a report for each of the five employment regions and a report for every area covered by one of the 91 job centres in the country. At job center level the composition and socio-economic status for the population of the area are described as well as the unemployed in the job centre and the local labour market.
The reports work as excellent referece documents, which present tables, illustrations and short descriptions. These provide a quick and practical overview of new Danes' labour market attachment. They may be used as relevant background knowledge for decision makers in job centres, local authorities and the local employment councils, etc.
if you wish to learn more about the project, please contact senior analyst Mette Louise Pedersen.
You may read the fact sheets (in Danish) here or read more in the report (also in Danish) "Nydanskeres tilknytning til arbejdsmarkedet i Østdanmark" (New Danes' Connection to the Labour Market in East Denmark).
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