From the OC Register:
One contentious aspect of immigration reform concerns the extent to which less-skilled immigrants compete with less-skilled natives for jobs. Although research generally finds that less-skilled immigrants scarcely undercut the employment or wages of less-skilled native workers, public perception runs otherwise. Onion pickers in and around Vidalia, Ga., provide a dramatic example…. Frank D. Bean is director of the Center for Research on Immigration, Population and Public Policy at UC Irvine. Susan K. Brown is associate professor of sociology at UC Irvine.

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