There’s a case for immigration, and it’s not about us

They examined 40 different skill groups and found “no evidence” that immigration damaged the labour market outcomes of pre-existing Australians.

“If anything, there is some evidence for small positive associations,” they wrote.

It shouldn’t be surprising. Migrants bring with them, or make, money, which they use to buy houses, start businesses and educate their children. They employ people.

What if we don’t want all that activity? What if we want a more peaceful life with fewer traffic jams and shorter commutes?

via There’s a case for immigration, and it’s not about us

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