Kerri Neil

Kerri Neil
Memorial University of Newfoundland · Department of Economics

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Research in Australia and internationally indicates that construction work is linked to higher suicide rates. Higher rates are associated with irregular, intense and remote working, as well as labour force demographics. Through the organization MATES in Construction, the Australian construction sector has become a world-leader in researching and se...
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On March 27-28, Memorial University participated in the pan-Canadian Vanier Institute of the Family’s Families in Canada 2019 Conference by co-hosting a satellite conference called Families on the Move. The Families in Canada 2019 Conference, was entitled “THINK BIG: How can we use “Big Data” to inform and inspire big ideas to optimize family well-...
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Faced with increased demand, an aging labour force, and climate risk, there are concerns that the construction industry in Canada will face recruitment challenges over the next decade. With rising housing prices and related increases in commute times and often cost in global cities such as Toronto and Vancouver, there is concern these are pushing l...
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While advanced economies attempt to pursue a regionalized immigration policy, which aims at shifting migration flows away from the most popular urban centre destinations to smaller communities, the experiences of immigrants settling in such locations remains underexplored. This research provides timely knowledge of refugee labour market integration...

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