Census Shows Immigrants' Progress New data from the U.S. Census Bureau says that the children of immigrants are now wealthier, better educated and more likely to hold professional jobs than their parents.
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Census Shows Immigrants' Progress

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Census Shows Immigrants' Progress

Census Shows Immigrants' Progress

Census Shows Immigrants' Progress

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New data from the U.S. Census Bureau says that the children of immigrants are now wealthier, better educated and more likely to hold professional jobs than their parents.

Guest:

Bill Frey, demographer at the Brookings Institution