Corpus ID: 150852840

Immigrants from the Middle East: A Profile of the Foreign-Born U.S. Population from Pakistan to Morocco

@article{Camarota2002ImmigrantsFT,
  title={Immigrants from the Middle East: A Profile of the Foreign-Born U.S. Population from Pakistan to Morocco},
  author={S. Camarota},
  journal={Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies},
  year={2002},
  volume={27},
  pages={315}
}
  • S. Camarota
  • Published 2002
  • Economics
  • Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies
The incorporation of persons of Muslim Middle Eastern origin into the United States of America has attracted heightened interest since the September 11, 2001. The author uses U.S. Census Bureau data to examine the increase in migrants from the Middle East as a share of currently growing total immigration into the United States and their consequent distribution, comparative educational attainment and socio-economic status within their adopted country of residence. The author perceives evidence… Expand

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