Have Degree, Will Travel

Immigrants who have arrived since 1996 are more than twice as likely as U.S.-born workers aged 25 to 34 to have a master's degree or higher, according to a new report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

At the same time, these recent immigrants are more than three times as likely than native-born workers to have less than a high school diploma.

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