"STEM workers are in high demand in today's international labor market.
Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and many countries in Western Europe
have adopted policies designed to attract and efficiently employ
high-skilled workers. The United States, however, remains mired in
legislative battles over family-based and low-skilled immigration. Barry
R. Chiswick and his fellow contributors contend that U.S. policymakers
must act now to add immigrant STEM workers to the American labor
force--or risk falling behind in the global economy."
Barry R. Chiswick, Mar. 2011.