US workforce impacted by lower immigration

The World

The number of college-educated workers is shrinking, and baby boomers are retiring quicker than previous estimates. To meet high-skilled workforce demands in industries such as healthcare and IT, the US will need to rely more on immigrants. From Boston, Kirk Carapezza reports that analysts warn US economic growth will slow unless national policies change.

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