California and Immigration

"The large relative decline in education in California is a direct result of immigration. Without immigrants, the share of California’s labor force that has completed high school would be above the national average."

- Steven A. Camarota, CIS Research Director

"The large share of California adults who have very little education is likely to strain social services and make it challenging for the state to generate sufficient tax revenue to cover the demands for services made by its large unskilled population."

- Steven A. Camarota, CIS Research Director


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Los Angeles County


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