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    Indian, Chinese immigrants go home for better life
    By KRISTIN COLLINS
    Raleigh News and Observer
    March 3, 2009


    RALEIGH, N.C. — A Duke University researcher says the United States may no longer be the world’s only land of opportunity.

    According to a study released Monday, immigrants from India and China are returning to their home countries for better jobs and a more luxurious standard of living


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    Improved economy has many Latinos returning to Mexico
    January 19, 2011

    The employment outlook in Mexico might not be as rosy as the job-creation number suggests. The manufacturing, service and commerce sectors in Mexico were the top creators of jobs in 2010, but the average salary for those new jobs was only $19.29 (232 pesos) a day.
    Even still, many poor states in Mexico have bleak employment prospects, he said. But the lackluster job situation in the U.S. doesn’t always have the same draw it once did.

    “To cross the border illegally right now is very dangerous, very expensive and it’s not worth it,” Calderon said.



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