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For generations, it was believed that most immigrants were people with limited education or training who came to the United States for economic opportunity. They landed in large metropolitan areas�New York, Los Angeles, Miami�and lived in inner cities until they could afford to move to the suburbs. Now research by two professors in the Department of Geography at Columbian College finds that those patterns are shifting. And there’s no better example of new immigration trends than in metropolitan Washington, D.C. One of every five D.C.-area residents is an immigrant and nearly every country of the world is represented in the ...
's employment problems are many: an education system not well aligned with the needs of modern industry; citizens conditioned to expect that governments will always take care of them; and often-ineffective policies in areas such as immigration and retirement. Compounding the problem is pressure on the region to generate hundreds of thousands of jobs annually: according to recent World Bank projections, the GCC 's labour force will exceed 20.5 million by 2020—an increase of almost 30% from the current estimated labour force of 15.6 million. "The region must effect ... Read More
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