Innovation in the U.S. Relies on Foreigners, New Study Shows

Salvador Acevedo

Popular culture portrays innovators in the U.S. as young college dropouts. A more accurate description is older, well-educated immigrants, according to a new study. Not only does innovation improve with diversity, many immigrants are innovators themselves.


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