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Indiana’s Primary: Immigrants in the Hoosier State

May 3, 2016

The 2016 primaries are rapidly nearing a close, and today the votes are being held in Indiana. There are 57 Republican delegates and 83 Democratic delegates to be awarded, and they can be critical wins for any candidate to secure nomination. Indiana’s immigrant population growth was relatively slow until recent decades. From 2000 to 2013,…

Demand for Bilingual Workers Increasing in Maryland

May 3, 2016

As employers strive to increase their competitiveness in the global economy, they are increasingly seeking candidates who have the language skills necessary to communicate with a diverse customer base, and with operations and competitors overseas. New analysis of Burning Glass data explores the growing demand for bilingual talent in Maryland from some of the state’s…

Weekend Reading: Highlights from this week’s immigration news (April 25-29)

April 30, 2016

On Tuesday, Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan signed into law the Maryland Seal of Biliteracy Act. The law establishes a program to recognize high school graduates who have attained proficiency in at least one language in addition to English. The Seal of Biliteracy is an important initiative to promote foreign language learning and greater cultural understanding for…

NFL Draft Day: Top Prospect Mackensie Alexander is Son of Immigrants

April 28, 2016

Today is NFL Draft Day and college football players are nervously awaiting the opportunity to play for the big league. Football fans will get a sense of what’s in store for their team this year and Fantasy Football enthusiasts will start scouting for the most promising picks of the season. To mark the day, we…

Manischewitz: One Immigrant’s Matzo Success Story

April 25, 2016

The annual Jewish holiday of Passover began this past weekend and will be observed by Jews worldwide until this Saturday. Passover marks the freedom of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery and their biblical Exodus from Egypt under the leadership of Moses. To mark this religious holiday, PNAE takes a look at the history of Jewish…

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