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Give Me Your Educated Migrant Workers, Not More Relatives

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Give Me Your Educated Migrant Workers, Not More Relatives

Bloomberg Opinion May 25, 2022
OtherImmigration
EconomicsEmployment

Increasing the number of temporary visas for jobholders is a sensible immigration policy that would help combat both labor shortages and rising prices.

The solution to some of our biggest economic problems is staring us in the face. Or more accurately, it's beating on our door.

Among the many aspects of US immigration policy that need rethinking, one of the most urgent is how we handle migrants on temporary work visas.

Continue reading the entire piece here at Bloomberg Opinion (paywall)

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Allison Schrager is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor of City Journal.

Photo by alexskopje/iStock

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