Solution for a Better Economy

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Solution For A Better Economy
Immigration has been a controversial topic for many years in the United States. Immigrants make up close to twelve percent of the population alone. Immigration is viewed as a positive and negative thing. In my opinion, immigration is a positive thing for the United States, especially since we want to increase the labor force so our economy can grow. Because when it comes to the job industry labor force immigrants make up close to forty-five percent of the United States labor force. America is a nation of immigrants. Our American journey and success would simply not be possible without the generations of immigrants who have immigrated from every corner of the globe. That’s why our race is so uniquely diverse like it is today.

As a nation, we Americans spend far too much time and energy worrying about immigrants. We as a people should just give them a chance to live a better life. All they want is a chance to pursue American prosperity that you and I call the American Dream. Immigration is key to fixing the United States economic growth. There are many jobs that we Americans don’t like to do. For example, Americans dislike field work and hard manual labor. Hiring immigrants even for those low-wage jobs can help keep many kinds of jobs in the United States.

The American economy absolutely needs an immigrant, that’s why abolishing Immigration in the United States is a pathetic idea. Immigrants play one of the biggest roles in strengthening America’s economy. Immigrants start very successful businesses. Eighteen percent of all small business owners in the United States are immigrants and those businesses owners create plenty of jobs for American workers which boost earnings for American workers. Immigrants also boost the demand for local consumer goods with an estimated purchasing power that will reach 775 billion to 1.4 trillion dollars in the year 2015. (Fiscal Policy Institute)

Immigrants develop some of the most cutting-edge...
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