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Immigrant Workers & the Great Amer. Job Machine: The Contributions of New Foreign Immigration to National & Regional Labor Force Growth in the 1990s
Andrew Sum, Neeta Fogg, & Paul Harrington. The strong performance of U.S. labor markets during the 1990s was widely touted by many analysts. Frequent references were made to the Great American Job Machine. During this period the nation experienced the greatest wave of new foreign immigration in its history, with 14 million net new immigrants arriving between 1990 & 2000, many of them young & strongly attached to the labor market. This report identifies the quantitative contributions of recent immigrants to labor force growth in the U.S. & in individual geographic regions & states over the 1990-2001 period. The impacts of foreign immigration on national labor force growth in the 1990s were the highest in the entire 60 year period for which such labor force data are available. Charts & tables.
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