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Immigrant Workers in the U.S. Labor Force
Immigrant Workers in the U.S. Labor Force

AIR DATE: August 8, 2012

What role do immigrant workers play in today's labor force?  And how do emotions about illegal immigration and competition for jobs shape workplaces?  We talk to Brookings expert Audrey Singer about why America's labor market will become increasingly reliant on immigrants and their children.
Audrey Singer, Senior Fellow, Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, and regular contributor, Brookings Mountain West
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