European Journal of Teacher Education 2020 DOI: 10.1080/02619768.2020.1788536 View full text
Elin Ennerberg, Catarina Economou

Abstract: Employment of newly arrived migrants can be seen as one of the key aspects to managing both national labour market needs and the inclusion of individuals in both work and society. In Sweden, efforts to manage recent migration-for example, from Syria-has resulted in various labour market 'fast tracks' that aim to facilitate labour market integration. In this article, we consider how individual migrants attempt to negotiate the new national demands of professional identity to become teachers in Sweden by followi…

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