Thats the result of a result from Forbes magazine. You can read the whole article here.
Do I agree with that ? Probably. I have suffered my share of prejudice - and I still do. I have to use all my persuassion techniques in a job interview in order to convince people I am able to do the job. This, despite my studies and resumé/experience. I guess to compensate the foreign accent you have to be twice as good as the average Dutch candidate. There are mothers in my village who decided not to answer a "hello" or "good morning" from me the moment they learned I was Brazilian. Luckily, I have made friendships with many other mothers of kids who find my children nice. Other people look at me diagonally and suspiciouslly - but after a while they relax. The Dutch can be extremely boring, keeping the same eating habits, musical taste, hanging in a job for decades and prefering to keep the same small group of friends from childhood as if they were the most special people on Earth. Well, despite of the uncountable rejections from job interviewers I have always continuously guaranteed a place in the job market - because I do speak Dutch with an accent but compensate that with my bubbling personality, drive and three other languages in a high level (not including my mother language). So, for me, the saldo is positive.
Check the Forbes link for the rank of other countries as well. Please be quick - while the link lasts ! The comments are very interesting too, and they bring a perspective to the article. Very nice !