TALLINN - Fresh data from Statistics Estonia indicate that although the education level of immigrants in Estonia is comparable to that of the natives, their difficulty in competing on the labor market deepens, reports Postimees. Statistics Estonia chief analyst Siim Krusell explained that the board compares the situation of native residents and immigrants every year. People whose both parents were born in Estonia are considered natives, and people whose parents were born in a foreign state are considered immigrants.Among people in the working age group from 15–74, natives amou...
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