First study shows that hiring refugees makes economic sense for US employers

When a company like Starbucks pledges to hire 10,000 refugees globally by 2022, as it did two years ago, or when WeWork announces plans to recruit 1,500 refugees by the same deadline, the decision is often cast as morally driven. Refugees, the companies are saying, deserve opportunities in their new home and, contrary to the recent rhetoric, pose no special threat to American security.

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First study shows that hiring refugees makes economic sense for US employers

When a company like Starbucks pledges to hire 10,000 refugees globally by 2022, as it did two years ago, or when WeWork announces plans to recruit 1,500 refugees by the same deadline, the decision is often cast as morally driven. Refugees, the companies are saying, deserve opportunities in their new home and, contrary to the recent rhetoric, pose no special threat to American security.

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