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The most striking finding of the report is the remarkable consistency between the happiness of immigrants and the locally born," said John Helliwell, co-editor of the report and a professor at the University of British Columbia.
The most striking finding is the extent to which happiness of immigrants matches the locally born population," John Helliwell, a University of British Columbia economist who co-edited the report, told (https://www.
We make things here from all the local traditions, and we are very proud of that," said Hagop Karakashian, 50, the locally born manager of this Jerusalem Pottery store, whose grandfather was among the city's first Armenian ceramics artists.
There is no need to pit locally born nurses against those who originated elsewhere.
Durham were the first of the six counties he represented prior to giving up first-class cricket in 2014, when he and his locally born wife decided to settle in the North-east.
I believe they have and they're working with locally born people living in areas that have become ghettos.
Working mostly in the services industry, immigrants earn far less than locally born workers, the study said, earning an average of 13,180 euros per year, more than a third less than the average Italian salary.
RenewableUK's locally born outgoing chief executive Maria McCaffery will take part in a special question and answer session reflecting on the industry's challenges and achievements in the past decade she has held the job.
The fate of the last locally born goalkeeper to leave Sunderland for White Hart Lane could serve as a warning to Pickford.
Lebanon Is Deporting Locally Born Children of Migrant Workers, Human Rights Groups Say "Since May 2014, nearly a dozen female migrant workers, many of them longstanding residents of Lebanon, reported to human rights groups that when they went to renew residency papers for themselves and their children, they were turned down.
For those calling for a locally born Brummie to open it: That would have been an equally good choice.
BRIAN ELLISON is hopeful testing conditions can aid Bothy and provide his locally born trainer with a first victory in Newcastle's most prestigious jumps race, the Grade 1 Fighting Fifth Hurdle, on Saturday, writes Richard Birch.

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