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Charles Stein | Economic Life

In the job market, some win, some lose

By Charles Stein
February 20, 2005

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Immigrants take jobs Americans don't want. You hear it said all the time. But a new study by a team of economists at Northeastern University suggests that in today's world, the real story is more complicated. Specifically, at a time when jobs are not easy to come by, immigrants and native-born workers sometimes compete for jobs -- a competition that ... (Full article: 695 words)

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