Survey Says CFOs in Favor of "Dramatic" Immigration Reforms

According to a survey conducted by Duke University, CFOs are largely in favor of dramatic immigration reforms that would entail a merit-based system allowing highly skilled and educated foreign nationals to obtain permanent residence.

The survey, comprised of 1,143 chief financial officers, confirmed that "the U.S. needs to become more welcoming to highly skilled and educated workers." According to the CFOs surveyed, during the recovery period of the financial recession, they have continued to have difficulty hiring and retaining employees for certain high-skill jobs.

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