The Effect of Labour Market Characteristics on Canadian Immigrant Employment in Precarious Work, 2006-2012
AbstractUsing data from the Canadian Labour Force Survey for 2006 through 2012, I examine the effects of characteristics of Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs) on the likelihood of recent and established immigrants and the Canadian born to be employed in precarious work. Using multi-level models, I find that employment in temporary jobs and multiple jobs by both recent and established immigrant males is affected by a CMA’s median hourly earnings as well as the immigrant representation in a CMA. Also, cross-level interactions reveal recent male immigrants to be less likely to be employed in multiple jobs in CMA in which the median wage is higher.
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HIRA-FRIESEN, Parvinder. The Effect of Labour Market Characteristics on Canadian Immigrant Employment in Precarious Work, 2006-2012. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, [S.l.], v. 26, n. 1, july 2017. ISSN 2371-0292. Available at: <http://cjur.uwinnipeg.ca/index.php/cjur/article/view/61>. Date accessed: 20 oct. 2018.
Immigrants, census metropolitan areas, precarious work, Canada, sex
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