Nothing we don't already know actually. But here is something that goes along with our other news today
. Per the NYT
, a place called the Fiscal Policies Institute (FPI) in NY has a study just out
that looks at the characteristics of immigration in large cities. The percentage of immigrants in white-collar jobs ranged from a low of 50.4 percent in New York to a high of 75.8 percent in Pittsburgh
This goes along with something we have known for some time
that the international immigrants who settle in Pittsburgh are proportionally some of the most highly educated among the immigrant flows across metro areas.