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Variation in Labour Force and Unemployment
EMPLOYMENT PATTERN OF MALE IMMIGRANTS
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answer Arrived in Canada blue collar workers brain drain Broader Occupational Categories Canada and current Canada Prior compared current job extrinsic factor scale female immigrants female workers Force during 1973 Force Participation Rates higher husband income effect income less wife's indirect comers industrial affiliations Jacob Mincer job in Canada job satisfaction Korea Development Institute Korean immigrant's Korean immigrants labour force participation labour supply male immigrant's male workers Manpower Married Spouse Present Married Women measure of labour Metropolitan Toronto Mincer Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire Number of Weeks occu Occupational Assignments occupational mobility Ov CM pation percentage permanent income professional Rate of Pay Rates and Unemployment reference group sample shown in Table Sookon Kim South Korea Standard Deviation Survey Week Labour total number transitory income unemployed UNEMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE Unemployment Rates Week Labour Force Weeks Employed Weeks in Labour White Collar Blue white collar occupation white collar workers willingness to return