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    Post-recession, immigrant workers climb back faster

    NOTE: There's much more to explore at the link.

    Post-recession, immigrant workers climb back faster
    Released: Sept. 1, 2012

    Their employment returns to pre-crash levels

    Immigrants are recovering from the economic downturn and finding jobs faster than workers born in the United States. Between 2009 and 2011, employment among foreign-born workers rose 5.2 percent, compared with 1.8 percent for U.S.-born workers. Today’s infographic has the full story. Why the stark disparity?

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    Immigrant workers find #jobs faster than US-born ones, climb back to pre-recession employment rates as natives lag | Face the Facts USA
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    This suggests very clearly that as long as there is cheap or cheaper help available that no one in the political structure is going to promote hiring Americans. I d not see this improving soon, regarkless of the election results. Too much history in both parties to feel different.

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