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The United States cannot afford to eliminate the economic benefits that come from immigrant labour. The market could be suffering a greater reduction if it were not for immigrants and their labor contributions, especially during the 2008 U.S. downturn. The U.S. market would probably worsen if it weren't for the powerful workforce immigrants have supplied this country. Regardless of the largely negative perspectives native-born Americans have towards immigrants and the market, their strong representation in the labour forces continues today. Immigrants aren't taking "American" projects, they are taking the jobs that Americans do not want (Delener & Ventilato, 2008). Immigrants contribute to various facets of the market, including devoting valuable abilities to their jobs, leading to the price of living through taxation, and the lacked use of welfare, health care, and social security compared to native-born Americans, demonstrating the United States cannot afford to lose the contribution immigrants bring in the economy. First, immigrants arrive at the U.S. to operate and deliver invaluable skills that help expand the market despite the negative opinions surrounding their role in the U.S. market. Since the 2008-2009 recession the view on immigration and its effects on the economy has been more negative than positive (Peri, 2012). A study done by Harvard's Kennedy School of Government found that about 50 percent of American adults believe that immigrants burden the country because they, "take jobs, housing, and healthcare", while the other 50 percent believe that, "immigrants strengthen the country on account of their hard work and talents" (Delener & Ventilato, 2008). Over the past decade, "over half of the increase in the U.S. labor force, was the consequence of immigration-l...