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Skill-related earning differences ...

„The US and Canada, where skill-related earning differences are relatively large, receive 51.4 % of the OECD's immigrants, but 65.5 % of its immigrants with tertiary schooling. Europe, where skill-related earning differences are relatively small, receives 38.4 % of the OECD's immigrants, but only 23.6 % of its tertiaryschooled immigrants.“

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jeffrey Grogger u. a., „Income maximization and the selection and sorting of international migrants“ in „Journal of Development Economics“ 95 (2011), S. 42