A Snapshot of Demographic and Economic Characteristics of Immigrants in the Metro Area

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New research from New American Economy (NAE) released in partnership with the City of Detroit, Detroit Regional Chamber, Global Detroit, Oakland County and Wayne County highlights how immigrants are both essential to the region’s COVID response efforts and especially vulnerable, due to gaps in our federal relief package, language access barriers, and increased risks of infection associated with frontline and essential work.

The research also underscores how important immigrant inclusion will be to the region’s economic recovery.
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