A snapshot of New England's immigrants: stocks, flows, and origins, 1990–2006
In recent years New England has experienced both net domestic outmigration and slow native population growth. Counteracting these trends, however, is the continued influx of immigrants from abroad. As a result, foreign-born residents play an increasingly important role in replenishing the region’s population and labor force. This article provides a snapshot of the size, recent growth, national origins, and period of arrival of the region’s foreign-born population.
Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): Mar ()
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