Is it true that immigration raises the U.S. unemployment rate? Is it true that immigration affects U.S. income distribution? The conventional wisdom says that both of these things are true. However, economist Antony Davies says there is evidence to suggest that they are not. Looking at the data, there is no relationship between the rate of immigration and the unemployment rate, nor is there a relationship between the rate of immigration and income inequality. Further, there is evidence to suggest that immigrants actually CREATE more American jobs. For more, visit Prof. Davies's website at: http://www.antolin-davies.com/conventionalwisdom/h1bjobs.pdf Watch more videos: http://lrnlbty.co/y5tTcY
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