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Table 1 Summary of sample sizes by migrant status and distribution of variables used in the analyses

From: How much can you take with you? The role of education in explaining differences in the risk of unemployment between migrants and natives

  Natives Immigrants
N Mean s.d. N Mean s.d.
Spain
 Unemployment 3,627 0.21 0.41 446 0.30 0.46
 Female 3,627 0.45 0.49 446 0.51 0.50
 Age 3,627 40.0 11.50 446 39.1 9.5
 Educational level 3,627 2.10 0.70 446 2.0 0.6
 Years in education 3,544 13.8 6.20 415 12.4 4.5
 Length of residence 3,627 19.7 12.5 446 9.4 6.4
 Numeracy 3,627 254.2 47.4 446 210.0 59.1
 Science 3,627 0.06 0.25 446 0.06 0.25
France
 Unemployment 4,372 0.10 0.30 249 0.16 0.36
 Female 4,372 0.49 0.50 249 0.47 0.50
 Age 4,372 40.8 11.8 249 45.6 9.9
 Educational level 4,372 2.30 0.5 249 2.0 0.7
 Years in education 4,277 14.8 5.3 212 12.6 5.1
 Length of residence 4,372 20.0 12.8 249 17.5 11.2
 Numeracy 4,372 266.5 51.5 249 197.7 64.1
 Science 4,372 0.08 0.28 249 0.04 0.20
United Kingdom
 Unemployment 5,753 0.10 0.30 353 0.12 0.33
 Female 5,753 0.54 0.49 353 0.54 0.50
 Age 5,753 40.0 12.4 353 38.6 10.2
 Educational level 5,753 2.3 0.6 353 2.4 0.7
 Years in education 5,234 17.6 8.5 315 15.5 4.7
 Length of residence 5,753 17.0 12.9 353 8.9 8.5
 Numeracy 5,753 269.4 49.6 353 244.3 57.9
 Science 5,753 0.11 0.31 353 0.09 0.28
  1. Source: Authors’ calculation based on 2012 PIAAC data