New report highlights positive impact of immigration to US economy

Immigration has benefited the US economy and not had a major impact on wages or the job market, according to a report by the The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.

The report is a follow-up to a 1997 study on 40 million immigrants and their impact on the US economy and labor market. With immigration a hot topic ahead of the November presidential election, the update comes at a pivotal time in the campaign.

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