Comment: Immigration Raises Wages
The Economist reports on a study that measures the impact of immigration on wages by comparing the data from all the OECD countries. The report finds that immigration raises the wages of low-income native workers.

"Explaining these results is straightforward. OECD immigrants are more educated than non-migrant natives. And educated people are job-creating. As a result, higher immigration leads to higher job creation - resulting in better wages for people further down the job ladder. Less educated workers in countries that favour more educated immigrants - like Australia and Canada - experience larger wage gains."
There are so many myths and fantasies about immigration being peddled by the anti-immigrationists, that studies such as this one are a welcome antidote. Share your thoughts by writing to editor@ilw.com.

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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
November 19, 2013 - 4:00-6:00pm - Harvard University - Join Rocio Calvo, Mary Waters, and Marie-Laure Mallet for A Transnational Studies Initiative presentation, "A Transnational Health Services Utilization among Immigrants in the United States". For additional information, please see: http://sociology.fas.harvard.edu/eve...es-utilization


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