Authors: Frances McGinnity, Raffaele Grotti, Sarah Groarke, Sarah Coughlan
Published: December, 2018

This study entitled looks at Central Statistics Office data from the Quarterly National Household Survey Equality Modules from 2004, 2010 and 2014 to capture how labour market outcomes and the experience of discrimination have changed through economic boom, recession and early recovery.

The research published by the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission and the Economic and Social Research Institute examines the experience of immigrants and minority ethnic groups in the Irish labour market across four measures: employment rates; occupation; discrimination when seeking work and in the workplace.

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