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Table 2 Description of focus groups

From: In search of opportunities? The barriers to more efficient internal labor mobility in Ukraine

Group code Short group description Location Date
I.1 Highly-skilled internal migrants Kiev 30.04.2012
I.2 Low-skilled internal migrants Kiev 30.04.2012
II.01 Workers from a mono-industrial town Ukrainsk, Donetsk oblast 02.04.2012
II.02 Unemployed women aged 45-50 Donetsk 31.03.2012
II.03 Lviv 31.03.2012
II.04 Unemployed men aged 45-50 Donetsk 31.03.2012
II.05 Lviv 30.03.2012
II.06 Simferopol, Crimean AR 07.04.2012
II.07 University graduates entering the labor market (one year after graduation), field of studies: engineering Donetsk 01.04.2012
II.08 University graduates entering the labor market (one year after graduation), field of studies: information technologies Lviv 31.03.2012
II.09 University graduates entering the labor market (one year after graduation), field of studies: sociology Kiev 27.03.2012
II.10 Highly skilled freelancers and self-employed/private entrepreneurs (IT specialists, lawyers, journalists, accountants, consultants, etc.) Kiev 26.03.2012
II.11 Informally employed women (street market) from the city Donetsk 01.04.2012
II.12 Informally employed women from the city Lviv 30.03.2012
II.13 Informally employed men (including casual workers in elementary jobs, e.g. in construction) who are labor migrants from the other parts of Ukraine to Kiev Kiev 26.03.2012
II.14 Seasonal workers in agriculture Village Uyutnoe, Saky rayon, Crimean AR 08.04.2012
II.15 Seasonal workers in hotels, restaurants, transport, and other activities related to summer resorts Evpatoria, Crimean AR 08.04.2012
II.16 Inactive people renting out their apartments during the hot season Evpatoria, Crimean AR 08.04.2012
II.17 Youth aged 20–24 that are not in employment, education, or training (NEET) Village Vidnyky, Lviv oblast 31.03.2012