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Old 06-09-2009, 05:52 PM
popcorn_karate popcorn_karate is offline
 
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Default Re: Critique of Mickey's Immigration Stance

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Originally Posted by LCButterField View Post
instead one should think of workers being distributed on a line segment running from no schooling/formal training to PhD level training. When one disaggregates the skill data in this way the US work force looks like the St. Louis Arch. There are very few low skilled workers, many middle skilled workers, and few high skilled workers.

Immigrants are essentially distributed in exactly the opposite way, there are many low skilled workers and (relatively) many high skilled workers (think google engineers).
i'd like to see data that supports this contention. I think you are wildly off base on this. it depends on what your definitions are, but about 26% of the adult population has a bachelor's or better educational attainment.

as for the immigrants - again wildly off base. there are high skill immigrants, but when you look at the numbers your imaginary graph would look nothing like the way you represent it.
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