Immigrants, education, and U.S. economic competitiveness
Brookings Mountain West
In the ongoing, highly-charged debate over U.S. immigration, a key policy consideration is the economic impact of immigrants and role they play in the U.S. workforce at various skill levels. While border enforcement and illegal immigration are a focal point, longer-term U.S. global competitiveness rests on the ability of immigrants and their children to thrive economically and to contribute to the nation’s productivity. This presentation focuses on the distinctive trends in the educational attainment of immigrants living in the 100 largest metropolitan areas, including Las Vegas.
Children of immigrants; Children of immigrants—Education; Immigrants; Immigration — Economic aspects; Labor supply; United States
American Politics | Demography, Population, and Ecology | Economic Policy | Economics | Education Policy | Inequality and Stratification | International Relations | Politics and Social Change | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration | Sociology | Work, Economy and Organizations
Immigrants, education, and U.S. economic competitiveness.
Available at: https://youtu.be/rSkxZ3n5O0E
5:30 p.m. Greenspun Hall Auditorium, UNLV
Audio/Video File size: 153 megabytes
Attached file: 27 PowerPoint slides