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  • Apr 8 - America in 2050

    Comment: America in 2050
    The Washington Post carries a report based on new projections from Pew Research showing what America will look like in 2050. The upcoming transformation of America is driven by immigration. The 65-plus age group will balloon as it will in most developed countries as the baby boomers age. However, as compared to European countries where the working age population will shrink, in America the working age population will grow modestly-giving the US economy an increasing edge over European countries and Japan. This demographic strength is entirely due to immigration. The religious and racial composition will continue to change making US less Christian and less white-something that will increasingly grate on the anti-immigrationists. Immigration has shaped America's past and it will continue to shape America's future.

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    California. EB-5 Manager. Central California Construction and Property Development company with an approved EB-5 Regional Center seeks an experienced manager to run the regional center. Manager will be required to design and develop new projects with EB-5 and other funding. Knowledge and success with EB-5 funding in development is essential. Immediate opening. Salary based on experience. Apply to: career559@gmail.com.

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    ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
    April 13th 2015, 11am - 12:30pm (Eastern), Washington, DC. The Bipartisan Policy Center will hold a discussion on "Border Security, Metrics and Immigration Enforcement." An expert panel, including opening remarks by former DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff, will offer its perspective and insights on the importance of border metrics for measuring the success of immigration enforcement. Location: Bipartisan Policy Center, 1225 Eye Street NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC, 20005. for more information and registration see here.


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