Let's talk about immigration from a purely economic perspective. Today, 13% of the U.S. population are first or second generation migrants. It’s always been a hard topic, but data shows that immigrants matter, and are good for this country's long-term prosperity. We’ve seen it in our history, and it's been repeating itself. Let’s take a look at some of that data.
A Brief History:
Today is no different than our past. We’ve always had immigrants, coming in various forms and in different waves (by continents):
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