Giovanni Peri quoted by the Washington Post regarding the effects of immigrants on the wages of blue-collared workers

In a Washington Post article by Max Ehrenfreund, Professor Giovanni Peri and his research is quoted to address how immigration affects employment and employee wages in the United States. Peri explains that while "the consensus is close to zero," immigrants had in fact raised wages for less skilled native workers, although only by a sliver (0.04 percent). The article continues to explain the reasons how this situation can occur by further quoting Peri and his research.

Read the full article in the Washington Post