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immigrants contribution

The United States offers rich and dynamic academic perspectives and attracts hundreds of thousands of international students every year, probably more than any other country in the world. In 2015, there were about 975,000 foreign students enrolled in U.S. institutions. And it’s not only students that are looking for U.S. ...

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Over 40 percent of America’s top cancer researchers are immigrants

After examining approximately 1,500 biographies of cancer researchers, the National Foundation for American Policy found that 42 percent of researchers at the U.S. top seven cancer research centers are foreign-born. The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has the highest percentage of foreign-born researchers at 62 percent. In 2012, ...

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Interesting statistics on immigrants and immigration in the US

There are roughly 42.4 million foreign-born individuals living in the United States, accounting for 13.3 percent of the overall U.S. population, according to data from the 2014 American Community Survey. Immigrants and their U.S.-born children number about 81 million people, representing 26 percent of the overall U.S. population. The foreign-born ...

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An American Hero: The Amazing Story of Simone Biles

The incredible story of an American hero: Simone Biles , a 19-year-old gymnast for Team U.S.A., is already the most decorated gold medalist in world championship gymnastics history. In Rio, she is a favorite to bring home as many as five gold medals! Biles is able to perform routines in a level that ...

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The largest states in the US

Alaska is the largest state in the U.S. but also the one with the lowest population density. It has a population of about 730,000 individuals and a total area of 1,723,337 km2. Alaska is actually an island and doesn’t share borders with any other US state. It was bought from ...

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Best things to do in New York City

New York City is without a shadow of a doubt one of the greatest cities in the world. From the iconic Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge to the upscale Manhattan and the vivacity of Times Square, New York seems to have it all: history, arts, and culture. There ...

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Top 10 US tech jobs for 2016

Data Scientist has been one of the best jobs in the U.S. for years but it wasn’t until 2016 that it made it to the top. The demand is high, the salaries are even higher and there are plenty of career opportunities for those who work in the field. There ...

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The best US food cities

San Francisco, California is the most restaurant-dense city in the U.S. and there are so many award-winning restaurants that making a single choice is almost impossible. So why not try more than one venue? You can start at Al’s Place, an internationally recognized restaurant, continue at the Mission Chinese and ...

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Best US cities you can visit without breaking the bank

Riverside, California is a much cheaper alternative for those who want to visit the famous Californian beaches. Hotels in Riverside cost 46 percent less than in L.A., for instance, with an average room per night rate of $91.14. Long Beach, L.A., the vineyards of Temecula Valley and Disneyland are all ...

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