Immigrants have lower unemployment than native-bornBy
Here's an astounding fact, especially given the current immigration controversy. In 2005 foreign-born workers only had a 4.6% unemployment rate, substantially lower than the 5.2% for native-born workers. That's according to a new report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, just released this morning.
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