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Questionnaire-Analysis

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Migrants that think their host countries are welcoming (62%)
Countries we worked on:

Questionnaire-Analysis
FEMALE MIGRANTS

Unemployed people in host country (19)
table of contents
Comparison between Greece and Lithuania
How welcoming are host countries?
Unemployed people in host country
Unhappy immigrants
Female migrants (40-49 years)
Greece
Lithuania

Gender
Push factors for immigration to Lithuania and Greece
Push factors for immigration in
Lithuania:
Push factors for immigration in Greece:
Greece: female(11)
male(13)
Lithuania: female(10)
male(10)
Political persecution;
Political insecurity;
Low life quality;
Lack of safety.
Unemployment;
Low wages;

Age
War, civil unrest;
Poverty;
Low life quality.
Lack of safety;
Unemployment;
Low wages;


Greece:
majority between 30 and 59 years old
Lithuania:
majority between 40 and 49
years old
How they get there
Greece:
airplane (more than 50%)
bus, car, boat, foot
Lithuania:
50% by airplane
35% by car
Educational background
Greece:
More than 50% have high school education
Nearly a half got higher education
Lithuania:
50% have High school education
a little bit less than 40% have a higher education
General information
most live in Greece (37%) and Italy (26%)
mixed gender
63% miss home country
16% job discrimination exists
Educational Background
PUSH AND PULL FACTORS
68% have high school degree or higher (81%)
68% were employed in home country (45%)
42% had special language courses (31%)
=>Well educated

Feelings about host country
Job in their home country
79% think life is better now (79%)
74% find it hard to integrate (52%)
but 74% feel welcome (77%)
42% want to go back (27%)
63% find migrant communities useful (66%)



poverty
unemployment
political persecution
lack of safety
Greece:
11 out of 24 had a job in their home country
13 don´t had a job in their home country but 8 were too young to work
PUSH FACTORS:
PULL FACTORS:
friends/family
a safer atmosphere
political security
potential for employment
Lithuania:
More than 60% don´t had a job in their home country, 7 were too young to work
40% had already a job in their home country
They emigrate not because of war!
Reasons for migration
Unhappy Immigrants
50% moved for love
victims of verbal assault
majority is female
Greece: They left their countries because of poverty and unemployment (70%)
Lithuania: they left because of unemployment and political persecution (50%), also to get together with friends or family (30%)
INTEGRATED MIGRANTS
69% are not aware of discrimination
31% are victims of verbal assault or job discrimination
=> although they expierienced racism they believe most of the hosts are friendly
learned the language in language courses or in regular schools
feel satisfied and welcome without discrimination
new jobs
Why this country ?
Greece:
50% came for employment
30% came for a safer atmosphere
Lithuania:
40% came for work opportunities
25% came for a safer atmosphere
20% for a marriage
Missing Home country
Reasons and means of travel
Satisfaction about the host country
Greece:
75% are satisfied or rather satisfied
25% are disatisfied or rather diasatisfied
Greece:
40% very much
35% a little bit
25% quite a bit
Lithuania:
40% are satisfied
60% are rather satisfied
Lithuania:
45% a little bit
30% quit a bit
20% not at all
5% very much
HOW THEY CAME INTO THEIR HOST COUNTRIES
Want to move back
Greece:
40% not at all
40% rather not
20% would like to
airplane/car
with husband/children
Lithuania:
60% rather not
15% not at all
15% would like to
10% as soon as they can
(40-49 y.o.)
THEIR GOALS FOR MIGRATION IN EUROPE
more work opportunities
Life in the
host country
Level of support
Greece:
30% rather high
30% rather little
25% very high
15% very little support
Lithuania:
40% rather little
30% rather high
20% very high
10% very little
How difficult to adapt
Greece:
45% rather difficult
20% difficult
20% easy
15% very easy
Lithuania:
45% easy
40% rather difficult
10% difficult
5% very easy
Is life better here now?
Greece:
40% yes
35% very much
15% not at all
10% rather not
Lithuania:
75% yes
20% rather not
5% very much
What should EU countries do to help refugees ?
Greece:
45% create more work opportunities
15% create more refugee camps
15% safety in travelling
12,5% language courses
12,5% shorten time citizenship
Lithuania:
40% create more refugee camps
35% create more work opportunities
25% create more language courses
Home country and satisfaction in the host country
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