Immigrant Integration: How Foreign-Born Workers Compare To U.S. Citizens (INFOGRAPHIC)

Huffington Post
August 28, 2012

With a growing population, integration of immigrants is becoming increasingly important. According to an Immigration Policy Center report, which drew from Census data, one in eight people in the U.S. is an immigrant.

If that doesn’t put things in perspective, think about this: in 2010, the U.S was home to nearly 40 million foreign-born people — 2 million more than the total population of California.

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