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To address these barriers, I use data from the Zambia Sexual Behavior Surveys (ZSBS), national household surveys that include information from female respondents on whether they exchanged sex for money in the past twelve months. In total, I use data for over 8,000 females age 15-49 from four rounds of the
; Schultz-Nielsen 2017 ; Zwysen 2018 ). These studies highlight the many obstacles facing refugees, not just in terms of getting into (first) employment but also in terms of its quality and sustainability in the long run.
This paper analyzes differences in labor market trajectories between refugees and other migrants, focusing on Belgium as a case study because it is a country that has seen significant recent influx of immigrants through various channels. The migration motives and the context of reception in the destination country make refugees more vulnerable and