Wasserman, Miriam
December 2000
Regional Review;2000 4th Quarter/2001 1st Quarter, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p16
Trade Publication
Focuses on the impact of demand for foreign technical workers on immigration policies in the United States. Competition in hiring overseas skilled workers; Impact to the economy; Identification of two different work channels. INSETS: Coming to the U.S.A.;Of visas and skills.;The education connection..


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