Albanians the most discriminated in German Labor Market according latest study

Albanians the most discriminated in German Labor Market according latest study

 Albanians are the most discriminated in the labor market in Germany. Study on job vacancies by the WZB - the Social Research Center for Social Research in Berlin.

German nationals, born in 1992, grown up and educated in the German school system, were the common qualities of fictitious candidates. What distinguished was the origin of their parents.

6,000 fictitious applications were sent to work places announced for eight different professions and the data was analyzed on the basis of feedback or not, Deutsche Welle writes.

The Africans and Muslims are the most discriminated group

Fictitious contenders with Albanian backgrounds are the most discriminated in the German labor market. Competitors with German parents have received positive answers in 60% of cases, while only 51% of non-German origin competitors have received positive answers.

People from Africa or Muslim countries are the most discriminated groups.

Spanish-born contestants have received up to 73% positive feedback by leading the list of positive discrimination and even more that the German competitors.
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