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BIOHAZARD Declassified 3h
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I want to say yes, but we both know the answer is no.
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As of 2017, that's the number of Cubans in the country. It's important to keep in mind that the region does play a big role. After all, immigrants aren't coming to Wisconsin en mass. They are mostly congregating in a few cities.
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Avalanche Reviews 5h
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Mostly it's 2nd gen immigrants who are most likely to leave the low skill labor category.
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No, but Cuban Americans don't have to deal with the same competition, as other Hispanic immigrants do. Also, I wouldn't call nearly 3 million people statistically irrelevant, but the point was not all Hispanic immigrants move out of low skill labor.
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Well, that's not exactly the universal case here. Especially among different places of origin. For example, Cuban immigrants are far more likely to start their own businesses, while recent Mexican immigrants typically stay in more low skill jobs for longer.
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Yes but that's not taking into account the fact that the process doesn't end with new immigrants. The burden that causes current immigrants, is able to renew itself as new immigrants arrive. It's an issue that people do grow out of, but that has a near constant effect.
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I'm Cuban, but I can't say it's a Cuban thing definitively. Just not something I see in my household.
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That' definitely a possibility. A lot of times people aren't very loud about how well their relationship is doing, but when it's going bad you tend to hear about it.
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Might want to give the whole article a read by the way. It's a very interesting take on how both Clinton and Trump, were not citing all of his findings accurately during the last election cycle.
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George Borjas, who has done some of the most comprehensive research into this subject, concluded that employers and companies win with an influx of immigration, and immigrants competing for those jobs, lose.
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Spanish is fairly common vernacular, even among Hispanic people. Hispanic is indeed the scholarly term, people in my family don't refer to themselves by academic terms though. Also, you're half wrong and half right. -
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Yeah. I may be old fashioned, but if a person isn't willing to make sex something that's exclusive to you, they likely aren't going to make their dedication, emotions, or love something that's exclusive to you.
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Ah that makes more sense. I was pretty stoked at the idea of ps2 emulation on ps4.
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The idealist in me wants to disagree, but the realist is nodding his head in agreement. I guess it's hard to get any real numbers on this stuff, but it does seem like all high profile cases end up burning to the ground.
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Now that's just economically sound reasoning. HAAAAA
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Cringe? What I mentioned is a fact backed up by economic research data. Also, from personal experience as the product of legal immigration, and as a construction worker, I can assure you the numbers play out like this in reality. this isn't just a hypothetical study.
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