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Immigrant Medical

Medical and Health

Immigrants are overrepresented among certain health-care occupations. Even as immigrants represent 17 percent of the overall U.S. civilian workforce, they are 28 percent of physicians and 24 percent of dentists, for example, as well as 38 percent of home health aides.

Sciences and Research

In 2015, at the bachelor’s degree level, the proportion of foreign-born individuals in S&E occupations ranged from 14% (social scientists) to 24% (computer and mathematical scientists). However, at the doctoral level, over 45% were foreign born in each S&E occupation except social sciences.

Sciences and Research

In 2015, at the bachelor’s degree level, the proportion of foreign-born individuals in S&E occupations ranged from 14% (social scientists) to 24% (computer and mathematical scientists). However, at the doctoral level, over 45% were foreign born in each S&E occupation except social sciences.

Education

The number of teaching professionals with a migrant background in the United States (U.S.) has increased over the years. While only 2.0% of elementary and secondary school teachers were foreign-born in 1960, approximately 8.6% are foreign-born today

Sciences and Research

In 2015, at the bachelor’s degree level, the proportion of foreign-born individuals in S&E occupations ranged from 14% (social scientists) to 24% (computer and mathematical scientists). However, at the doctoral level, over 45% were foreign born in each S&E occupation except social sciences.

Sciences and Research

In 2015, at the bachelor’s degree level, the proportion of foreign-born individuals in S&E occupations ranged from 14% (social scientists) to 24% (computer and mathematical scientists). However, at the doctoral level, over 45% were foreign born in each S&E occupation except social sciences.

Sciences and Research

In 2015, at the bachelor’s degree level, the proportion of foreign-born individuals in S&E occupations ranged from 14% (social scientists) to 24% (computer and mathematical scientists). However, at the doctoral level, over 45% were foreign born in each S&E occupation except social sciences.