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Rates were standardized using the direct method to the age and sex structure of the 2006 national population within all low foreign-born category areas (tercile l).
In 2013, more foreign-born people came to the state from California than any other state, with 16,412 foreign-born migrants leaving the West Coast for Texas.
The number of foreign-born people in the West Midlands is rising |
7m of the foreign-born population were born in EU countries, while 5.
Around 78% of foreign-born men were employed in 2012-13 - 1.
The mission of the foundation, to honor the contributions of foreign-born scholars and artists living in the United States, was inspired by the couple's careers in biomedical science and art history, respectively, as well as their personal experiences and appreciation for the opportunities they received as newcomers to this country.
Fabos said the needs of refugees are somewhat different from those of the overall foreign-born population, as are the experiences and cultural knowledge that refugees are able to share with their host community.
The participation rates for foreign-born women and men have risen 2.
Wayne Rooney topped that list - and also ranks first on the combined list of English and foreign-born EPL footballers - with his [pounds sterling]45 million (US$ 73 million) personal fortune.
13) For example, all Hispanic/Latino workers, foreign-born Hispanic/Latino workers, and native-born Hispanic/Latino workers.
The overall foreign-born population increased from 46 lakh to 75 lakh.
Foreign-born people now make up 13% of the population in England and Wales, rising from 4.

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