There are more than twenty million Asylum seekers and Refugees worldwide today. The majority of these asylum seekers and refugees are women and children and many of them are from the third world countries particularly Africa. Many scholars have researched the experiences of African Refugees. However, the experiences of Ethiopian asylum seeker and refugee women have received little attention in the literature. Particularly in Ireland, Ethiopian asylum seeker and refugee women have not been the focus of research. By presenting the personal experiences of Four Ethiopian Asylum seeker and refugee women in Galway, Ireland, this book explains the situation that asylum seeker and refugee women encounter in their attempt of finding a job and their experiences once employed. With a particular commitment to understanding the labour market experiences of the women, the book reveals the unique situation that asylum seeker and refugee women encounter not only as asylum seekers and refugees but most importantly as black, asylum seeker and refugee women.