Tracking the working lives of migrants in the UK: Impro Mobil country report

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Riley, Tim; Miller, Callum; Bivand, Paul
Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion
Date of publication
1 June 2013
Employment, Minority Groups
Social welfare
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The UK collects a wealth of information about its labour force as well as specifically collecting data about migration and migrants. Net migration into the UK now accounts for a larger proportion of population growth than the net effect of births and deaths in the UK, and this has made migration increasingly prominent in UK politics. This research evaluates the survey and administrative datasets available to track migrant workers in the UK.

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