US Immigration by 2050
America is a country founded on immigration. Today, its population is more diverse and multicultural than ever. Following the 1965 immigration reform (which grew from the civil rights movement), the number of non-white people increased dramatically. This was particularly true of Latinos, who went from 6.3 million in 1960 to over 50 million by 2010.
In early 2010 non-whites had already begun to outnumber whites in California, Hawaii, New Mexico, Texas and Washington DC. Also, half of all children in the nation were non-white. By 2042, white people themselves will become a minority.
Let’s talk about Google. Sergey Brin (co-inventor of Google) immigrated to the United States from the Soviet Union at the age of six. J.D. Harrison made a good choice to support his argument. Canada shares the wonders of Google even though no one on Canada invented it. I wouldn’t be too alarmed about the situation. Sergey’s dad was a math professor and a would be astronaut. These are exceptionally rare people. Banning immigration completely is not likely. Maybe better methods need to be in place.
Decline in immigrant entrepreneurship threatens U.S. competitiveness: “If we wait five years to fix the immigration system, the undocumented, illegal workers will still be here, but the high-skilled immigrants will be long gone,” he said. “They’ll be back home building the next Googles and Intels in other countries, and we will wake up five years from now and wonder how we let this happen.” by J.D. Harrison Oct 2, 2012 Washington Post
Racial and ethnic diversity will increase in the next 4 decades. The pace and extent of these changes will be shaped in part by the level of international migration. Immigration will decline around 2050 due to robotics. The earths temperature will increase by3% People do not need to migrate vying for work or a better life. There will be a whole new set of issues as populations migrate to western Antarctica.
NEXT: Discussions from the 9th Annual Immigration Law and Policy Conference in Georgetown (Oct 1, 2012) on my next post.
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