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Mixing The Melting Pot: The Impact Of Immigration On Labor Markets

Wednesday, March 8, 2017 5:17
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from the St Louis Fed

– this post authored by Guillaume Vandenbroucke and Heting Zhu

Immigration to the United States is at the center of many debates. The issue is not new, not only in the U.S. but in many other parts of the world, as evidenced in the many discussions in the media, as well as in political and academic circles. For this paper, we looked at U.S. data across states to assess the connection between immigration and labor market outcomes. We were prompted by the argument that immigrants make life harder for workers who already are U.S. citizens. Specifically, we investigated the correlation between immigration and the unemployment rate and between immigration and wages.

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  • DK

    What Doctorate and Degree qualified immigration means in most cases is highly qualified binmen and bus drivers. It really helps if employers actually recognize your qualification.

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