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Inmigración, Asalariados y Autónomos: Estudio Sectorial de la Crisis Económica

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  • Alfonso Arellano

Este estudio analiza las características de los trabajadores ocupados por cuenta propia en España durante la crisis económica frente a otros colectivos (asalariados y desempleados), tanto nativos como inmigrantes. También determina si existen diferencias relevantes en el entorno de trabajo, a través de los sectores económicos, que afecten al tipo de empleo. Los resultados obtenidos a través de la Encuesta de Población Activa (EPA) indican que los trabajadores autónomos han sufrido más que los trabajadores asalariados los efectos de la crisis económica. Las personas extranjeras tienen un mayor peso en el colectivo de trabajadores autónomos que en el empleo asalariado. La construcción y el comercio son los sectores donde hay más trabajadores autónomos inmigrantes. Esta conclusión es similar para los nativos. Se observa una mayor participación de los jóvenes extranjeros en empleos por cuenta propia frente a los nativos. El nivel de educación medio es superior entre los trabajadores autónomos frente a los trabajadores asalariados.

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Paper provided by FEDEA in its series Economic Reports with number 16-2010.

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Date of creation: Oct 2010
Handle: RePEc:fda:fdacee:16-2010
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