A study of immigrant economics

Published on March 05, 2019
A study on the labor situation and the economic contribution of immigrants in Quito reveals that more than 80% of the income of 2,938 respondents stays in local economies. The remittances sent to their countries of origin are low. Also, 22% of the respondents to the study are unemployed. The rest work in precarious conditions, without […]

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