(OPINION) How immigrants can alleviate the domestic labor shortage

As detailed in the first piece of this series, the U.S. is experiencing labor shortages in industries across the economy. The shortages manifest in tangible, negative impacts on Americans’ daily life and overall standard of living. This second entry of the series will delve into why these shortages cannot be filled by the current supply of domestic labor and explore what role immigration can help with the labor shortages domestic workers can’t fill.

Cecilia Esterline, Niskanen Center, Nov. 21, 2022
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