More Number Of Immigrants -Higher The Wages For Workers

08 Jul 2015


Immigration News

Abigail of Suny-Buffalo and Thomas Kemeny of university of Southampton in UK have made analysis of  US labor data from the year 1991 to 2008. These individuals have successfully tracked the changes in the wages alongside those having diversity at both city and individual workplace levels. What they have found is that, more migrant workers have made everyone richest as the diversity have rose one standard deviation in a workplace, wages in United
States have rose by 1.6% and similar rise in the city as whole has helped to increase wages nearly 6%.

The key take home message of the research was that having diverse group of US immigrants is part of something which helps to receive the average worker tangible economic benefits. The Kemeny also have said, rather than thinking about the immigrants as substitute for natives, our research considers them to be complements.

Their work suggests that immigrant diversity help in increasing the  US cities  productivity. That’s not to say every city would receive benefits from immigration equally. On the contrary, Kemeny have explained, places where newcomers are more accepted do tend to reap more diversity benefits and rewards. In other work, he and Cooke have stated those cities which pass anti immigrant ordinances do tend to benefit less from newcomers than cities with laws which do encourage as well as protect them. We tend to  take this as evidence that, in immigrant hostile climates, the kind of bridging between different kinds of people that we do believe is important part of story which happens lot less, he says. As related 2012 study by Kemeny reports it states that diversity boosted wages up to 8% in U.S cities where public trust is high.

A professional who comes has engineering degree and English fluency seems to be more poised which would immediately help US businesses than a manual laborer who comes over with a goal of slowly providing a better life for the future generations

Here the research is mixed: few  suggests diversity among low-wage immigrants leads to fewer benefits than at the high-wage end; some suggests, in Kemeny’s words, that “rising immigrant diversity influences workers across the wage distribution more or less equally in US and other parts of the world.”

The larger point is that immigration is not the zero sum, us or them game, that is often framed as. But, simply to state that benefits of workforce diversity can redound on everyone.

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