This international study of immigrant integration found that challenges don’t change with a higher percentage of immigrants in a country. In fact, countries with a higher percentage of immigrants have better integration outcomes. There is greater income inequality and higher poverty rates (nearly double) in immigrant populations than for those who are native-born. Both populations have roughly equal labor force participation. Roughly 33% of working-age immigrants have a postsecondary degree, but many are working in positions that require lower levels of education.