WKU Public Radio News Staff
Thu November 14, 2013
WKU Professor Says More Immigration Would Benefit Region
Since the beginning of the 1990's, the percentage of Kentucky's population comprised of immigrants has soared by more than 300%. While their overall number is still small, WKU economics professor Dr. Brian Strow says their effect is being felt and it's a net plus.
Strow's study shows immigrants locally have a higher employment percentage than native born people and a higher mean income. There's also a higher number who are self-employed.
Joe Corcoran spoke with Dr. Strow about the benefits of immigrant entrepreneurs.
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