Analytical study of disabled immigrants and their employment

Karia, Vishruti, Fernando, Sandra and Abdelwahed, Abdallah (2023) Analytical study of disabled immigrants and their employment. International Journal of Data Science and Analytics. ISSN 2364-4168 (In Press)


The objective of this article is to evaluate and estimate the employment prospects for disabled immigrants in the Inner borough of London. In this study, the unemployment rate and its factors have been analyzed. The major area of study is London. This study digs into the varied lives of people with disabilities who have immigrated to the exciting Inner London borough. The study employs extensive datasets that encompass demographic information, job dynamics, and the confluence of disability with other socio-demographic characteristics to create a holistic view of the difficulties and possibilities encountered by this population. The study uses a variety of statistical and qualitative methods to identify patterns, interconnections, and potential future developments. The results emphasize the high rates of unemployment among people with certain disabilities, especially those with sensory impairments. Analysis from multiple perspectives demonstrates that people of different ages and backgrounds have different experiences and face different obstacles. In addition, clustering methods reveal subcommunities, each with its own set of difficulties. Recommendations for the Inner London Borough are provided at the study's conclusion. The findings of this study provide valuable information for politicians, community leaders, and organizations in Inner London Borough that may help make the neighborhood a more welcoming and accessible place for people of all abilities and backgrounds. The research question that is aiming to answer : “How does age, gender, ethnicity, and sexual orientation, along with certain disabilities and health conditions of Immigrants, affect the employment status and prospects of Inner London Borough’s immigrant residents, and what strategic interventions can the Inner London Borough implement to optimize inclusivity and well-being for this demographic over the next 4 Years?”

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