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July 1985, Vol. 108, No. 7
Foreign born in the U.S. labor market:
the results of a special survey
New data from the Current Population Survey confirm that recent arrivals encounter labor market hardship, but as time passes their employment and earnings approach the levels of native-born workers.
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