Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Blacks face job discrimination: ESRI study

An ESRI analysis has shown that black immigrants are nine times more likely to be unemployed than Irish nationals and are seven times more likely to be discriminated against when seeking a job.

The report says that non-Irish nationals living in Ireland are three times more likely to have experienced discrimination while looking for work than Irish nationals.

In addition, all migrants from non-English speaking countries face a higher risk of unemployment, and report greater difficulties in accessing employment.


Hail Ireland ! said...

"Immigrants from English speaking countries do not differ in their reported experience of discrimination from Irish nationals, while those from non-English speaking countries do."

That quote sums it up, if the can't speak English then they have less chance of getting a job in an english speaking country.

Anonymous said...

i would not stay where i was not wanted-this is third world invasion assisted by the government

rise up or goodbye irish