Immigrant workers will face multiple disadvantages in post-CoViD labour market

As pointed out in a new article on by Pietro Campa (LdA), Tommaso Frattini (University of Milan and LdA), Ferruccio Pastore (FIERI), Roberto Quaranta (Collegio Carlo Alberto) and Claudia Villosio (Collegio Carlo Alberto).

The results shows that immigrant workers in Italy are systematically more exposed than natives to contagion risk in their occupations and more likely to experience job losses, while facing increasing uncertainties in having recognized their legal status as immigrant workers.