Foreign Workers a “Brain Gain” for the U.S.


U.S. immigration policies are in need of reforms that will allow employers greater access to workers with scientific and technological skills needed to compete in the global marketplace.

That is the conclusion of a recent policy brief of the Brookings Institution released by its Vice President, Darrell M. West on Jan. 19, 2011.

The report asserts that immigrant workers have contributed greatly to the information age economy in the U.S., noting that...

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