This ongoing debate regarding immigration has led to the increased difficulty in gaining national citizenship in some countries, such as Saudi Arabia. Other countries, however, welcome immigrants as they believe foreigners are valuable to society. Immigration around the world should be encouraged as immigrants increase diversity, add to the amount of skills and labor opportunities available to the countries they move to, and improve the economy. Increasing Diversity Immigration should be encouraged as it increases... ... middle of paper ... ...nited states. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 30(2), 132-146. doi:10.1177/0739456X10380922 Lazear,E.
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They have a higher motivation to work, are more flexible, and if less educated, work for lower wages. Well educated immigrants help expand our economy by creating new businesses. These new businesses create more jobs for Americans, increase productivity, generate an increase in expenditures, an increase in output, and a downward pressure on inflation. With this increase in real wealth and more job opportunities for Americans to earn money, people will spend more. The increase in productivity will shift the short run aggregate supply to right and the aggregate demand to the right as well.
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