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Foreign-Born Workers: Labor Force Characteristics in 2007

Categories: Immigration/Migration,Labor/Employment,Statistics

Foreign born workers represent an increasing share of the U.S. work force. In 2007, 24 million workers or 15.7% of the U.S. labor force were foreign born. Features 6 tables comparing labor force characteristics such as unemployment level, earnings, and occupations of the foreign and native born workers. From the Bureau of Labor Statistics.