Immigrants already educated Americans
Most of the immigrants arriving in the US are with higher education.
Forty-one percent of new arrivals, aged 25 and older, had a bachelor's degree in 2013, compared with thirty percent of those born in the United States.
Immigrants with full higher education also arrive. There were eighteen percent compared with eleven percent of Americans.
In 1970, thirty percent of newly arrived immigrants had a bachelor's degree compared with 23 percent born in the United States.
The growth of immigrants with higher education is due, in large part, to the increase in Asian immigrants: 35 percent of the total number of immigrants who arrived in 2013 were from Asian countries, which is three times more than in 1970 year.
Hispanics today are also better educated than their predecessors. There were 33 percent in the US in the 2013 year — mostly from Mexico — compared to the 35 percent in the 1970 year, which at best completed high school.
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