Credentialing & Career Pathways for Skilled Immigrants
Untapped Talent: The Economic Costs of Brain Waste in the U.S.December 12, 2016
Many college-educated immigrants are working in low-skilled jobs or are unemployed, leading to a phenomenon known as “brain waste.” The United States, with its strong economy, renowned universities, and reputation for entrepreneurship and innovation, has long attracted some of the world’s best and brightest.
Steps to Success: Integrating Immigrant Professionals in the United StatesSeptember 20, 2015
This report, drawn from the survey responses of more than 4,000 college-educated immigrants living in the United States, identifies factors that correlate with their successful integration into American life.
Skilled Immigrants 101December 1, 2012
IMPRINT has published an issue brief to highlight the asset that skilled immigrants represent for the U.S.
Talent is Ready: Promising Practices for Helping Immigrant Professionals Establish Their American CareersNovember 1, 2011
This report brings together examples of promising practices – developed by experienced practitioners across the U.S.
Getting Your Professional License in Ontario: The Experiences of International and Canadian ApplicantsFebruary 1, 2010
This study looks at domestically and internationally trained individuals, their demographics and employment status, as well as their understanding of and support through the process towards gaining professional licenses in Ontario.
Uneven Progress: The Employment Pathways of Skilled Immigrants in the United StatesOctober 1, 2008
More than 1.3 million college-educated immigrants living in the United States are unemployed or working as taxi drivers, dishwashers, security guards or in other unskilled jobs because they are unable to make full use of their academic and professional credentials.