This master thesis engages with the subject of migration and labour market as employment is representing a major key to people for a successful integration into society.In the course of the master thesis a comprehensive insight is given on the discrimination structures for migrants in the Austrian labour market in particular the one in Graz. Thereby, the situation of female migrants is examined and reviewed, detecting whether they have to overcome special obstacles on the labour market. The illustration of situations migrants are facing on the labour market is based on a theoretical and empirical research.Including the current scientific discourse, the theoretical discussion of the subject outlines the situation as well as the position of migrants on the Austrian labour market. Thereby, barriers and obstacles of integration are examined.Subsequently, based on the interviews implemented with experts, results of the empirical research are presented. This part is dedicated to legal frameworks as well as to the employment situation of migrants in Graz. Furthermore, issues regarding the educational background and challenges of migrants are addressed. The thesis closes with the answering of the research question and potential improvement possibilities raised by the experts.