The “STEM Shortage” and Immigration

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Why High-Tech America Calls for More Foreign Guestworkers and Better Educational Pipelines

With America’s STEM students and workforce atop world rankings, the pseudoscience of demanding more and better science (and technology, and engineering, and mathematics) has become a generational tradition among Americans.  Surveys, analyses, hard data, and international comparisons debunk the fear-mongering, and draw attention to leaders’ ulterior motives.

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