"Where Do the New U.S. Immigrants Live?"
Journal of Labor Economics,
Volume: 7 | Issue: 4 | Pages: 371-91
Publication type: Journal article
Research Archive Topic: Business Economics and Public Policy
Analyzing the location choices of the post-1964 U.S. immigrants results in three main findings: (1) these immigrants are more geographically concentrated than natives of the same age and ethnicity and reside in cities with large ethnic populations; (2) education plays a key role in location choice, reducing geographic concentration and the likelihood of being in cities with a high concentration of fellow countrymen and increasing the probability of changing locations after arrival in the Unites States; (3) internal migration within the United States occurs more frequently among immigrants than natives and facilitates the process of assimilation for the more educated individuals.
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