Presented by The Garden State
Immigration Policy Institute
- To what extent are specific fields in the healthcare sector dependent on immigrant labor?
- Has the “great resignation” increased demand for foreign-trained healthcare workers?
- Given the labor-intensive nature of the home health aide workforce, will the shortage of immigrant labor make it impossible for many Americans to age at home?
- The medical doctor-to-resident ratio in the U.S. (26.7 per 10,000 residents in 2021) is one of the lowest in the developed world. Can increased skilled immigration help to improve this ratio?
- What are the pros and cons of specific pieces of immigration-related congressional legislation designed to strengthen the healthcare workforce in the U.S.?
We invite you join us for a special program on Tuesday, December 5 as these questions will be addressed.
The Institute has recruited a distinguished group of national and local experts who will help us unravel these questions.
This program is brought to you by the Garden State Immigration Policy Institute,
a joint project of NJBIA and the New Jersey Business Immigration Coalition.