There are lots of ways to help refugees get into the labour market. One way is to support programmes that offer job training and help with job placement.
The UN estimates that there are over 244 million migrants across the globe, offering a good deal of workforce with talented and educated new workers.
According to a report from Save the Children, 45% of Syrian refugees suffered from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Inevitably, social workers and mental health practitioners, struggle to help the migrants cope with the trauma of displacement.