STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE ADAPTATION OF FOREIGN MIGRANTS (THE CASE OF THE OECD MEMBER STATES)
The article deals with the OECD migration policy, namely, its strong points that were revealed during the last 20 years. The author also explains how OECD migration policy responds to technological, economic, and social challenges. In effective adaptation of foreign migrants the principal role is mainly assigned to monitoring of the OECD member states. The outstanding practices of the latter turned out to be highly important for shaping the migration policies of other countries. The article is also dealing with the examples of labor migrants’ adaptation to the OECD labor market, particularly, bottleneck vacancies analysis of the Nordic countries, Baltic States, and Central Eastern Europe. Institutions, traditions and employability are extremely important parameters for migrants’ adaptation at the new for them labor markets.
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