Slide Show | June 2010
8 New American Gateways For Immigrants
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Though New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago and other large U.S. cities remain hubs for immigrants, newcomers from abroad are increasingly settling in smaller communities across the U.S., lured by a lower cost of living, more job opportunities, and a support structure of fellow immigrants. In return, these communities get a rejuvenated work force and a consumer base.
Here are eight rapidly emerging gateway communities for immigrants. Some may surprise you. Take a look:
By Neema P. Roshania
Sources: Census Bureau, University of Southern California, Moody's Economy.com 8 New American Gateways For Immigrants