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Why More Skilled Immigration Would Be Good for American Workers, Too?

Why more skilled immigration would be good for American workers, too. A March 19 article in the Washington Post highlights how skilled immigration is a plus for the economy, workers, and job creation in the U.S. The article notes that, compared with other OECD countries, U.S. immigration policy allows in relatively few skilled foreign-born innovators. As the article states, “many of the STEM students educated at U.S. universities who can’t get visas to stay and work here wind up in some of those other countries.” As the article notes, bringing in more high-skilled foreign-born workers wouldn’t displace native-born workers: there is a “gap between businesses looking to fill high-skilled jobs and an education and training system that isn’t producing the right workers to take them.”

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