“Filling the gap: Less-skilled immigration in a changing economy”


Madeline Zavodny,  Tamar Jacoby | American Enterprise Institute and Immigration Works USA
June 10, 2013

This report found “Despite the economic benefits of low-skilled immigration, the United States makes it extremely difficult for less-skilled foreigners to enter the country to work. Creating a workable legal path for them to enter the U.S. and fill jobs when there are no willing and able Americans would have significant benefits for the workers, their employers and the rest of the nation – for economic reasons but also because of what it would do to restore the rule of law.” Read more here.