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Seasonal worker schemes: can they achieve social
Seasonal workers are increasingly being used globally to provide a short-term workforce, filling positions in the labour market that are often difficult, dirty and shunned by native born workers. Seasonal schemes are promoted in typically economic terms, offering a triple win where the host society gains from flexible labour; the sending country benefits from remittances and skill transfers; and migrants themselves gain from access to the labour market. However, they have been found to supportdoi:10.7163/eu21.2019.37.3 fatcat:3q7ah3qm6baa5d4fxn7lbrmurq