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Migrants’ integration into a host community involves a trade-off between gaining increased social status and having fewer children, reveals an extraordinarily comprehensive population-wide dataset detailing the lives of over 160,000 World War II evacuees in terms of integration. The results have important implications for understanding the migrant experience today and can be useful background knowledge for policy makers desiring to promote social cohesion.
Migrants face a trade-off between status and fertility | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

A dataset detailing the lives of over 160,000 World War II evacuees demonstrate that migrants' integration into a host community involves a trade-off between gaining increased social status and having fewer children.