ON MIGRATION | Immigrant IT Staff Help People Work Remotely During Covid-19 – New American Economy Research Fund

June 2, 2020

As many Americans continue to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, immigrant IT workers play an essential role in helping the U.S. economy move activities online and in maintaining the digital infrastructure needed for businesses to run and for people to stay connected.

The latest data from the American Community Survey show that one in four information technology (IT) workers, or 1.2 million people, were immigrants in 2018.  […]

Source: New American Economy Research Fund, May 28, 2020, Immigration and Covid-19 – New American Economy Research Fund

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