ANALYSIS OF IMMIGRATION IMPACT ON LABOUR MARKET, POPULATION AND FAMILY INDICATORS BY AGE, SEX AND CITIZENSHIP
The aim of the paper is to verify and further expand the knowledge about the existence and nature of the impact of selected immigration indicators on the labour market, population and family using empirical analysis. In terms of age across the world economies, there is an apparent negative impact of immigrant women aged 34 and especially 44 years old arriving in Croatia, Slovakia, Spain and Poland on the indicator of the number of households of one adult with two children under the age of six. On the other hand, the effect of immigrant women aged 50 years (arrivals in Luxembourg and the Netherlands) on the LMP expenditure by type of action indicator is positive. In the Czech Republic, no statistically significant positive and negative values of the regression coefficient have been mapped. In terms of citizenship, there is a clear negative impact of immigrants from Africa (mainly to Slovakia and, to a lesser extent, to Belgium) on the indicator of the number of households with no working adult and two children under six years of age. In the Czech Republic, immigrant men with citizenship in America and immigrant women with citizenship in America and Europe were a reason for the favourable development of the NAIRU indicator of men with a basic occupation.
Keywords: Immigration, LMP expenditure by type of action, Inactive population, NEET, NAIRU, Minimum wage, Job tenure by sex, age, professional status and occupation.