U.S. Immigration Policy and the Plight of Unskilled Workers
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The implications of immigration to the US are explored with reference to the impact on low-skilled labour markets and inequality in the US. Recent research indicates that low-skilled American workers are the main losers, with the result that the earnings disparity between high and low-skilled workers has widened.
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immigration; U.S. low-skilled; labour; labor; market; work; American; earnings; United States
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