Economic Well-Being and Welfare Program Participation Among Older Immigrants in the United States

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					Economic Well-Being and Welfare Program Participation Among Older Immigrants ...
Jeffrey A Burr; Kerstin Gerst; Ngai Kwan; Jan E
				
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Description: Immigrants from places that are less economically developed are less likely to have been exposed to education systems that prepare them for employment in occupations offering private pensions, and to earn salaries or wages that allow them to accumulate savings for their retirement years. Because U.S. immigration law distinguishes among immigrants along three dimensionseconomic characteristics, family connections, and refugee status- country of origin plays a role as well.
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