- Link to the scientific article: Panichella N., Avola M., Piccitto G., Migration, Class Attainment and Social Mobility: An Analysis of Migrants’ Socio-Economic Integration in Italy, European Sociological Review, Volume 37, Issue 6, December 2021, Pages 883–898.
In Italy, as in other major Mediterranean countries, it is easy enough to find a job for those arriving from Asia, Africa, and Latin America, as long as it is low-skilled and low paid. How much does the level of education matter? Does it change anything over time? Together with Nazareno Panichella of the University of Milan, we identify the key features of the employment destiny of immigrants in our Peninsula. In 5 minutes, with Giulia Riva and NaspRead.eu interviews!
Interview, editing, and subtitles: Giulia Riva