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The master images used to describe the advanced urban economy in developed
countries emphasize the centrality of highly educated labor and highly
specialized services. Workers and firms that do not fit this mold are thought to
be fundamentally obsolete. Where does this leave the large numbers of immigrants
from developing countries who have found their way to these cities? There is
growing conviction in the developed countries that there is no longer a role for
immigrants with modest levels of education in the new postindustrial city of
today and tomorrow-that the presence of a large supply of lowly educated workers
is a drag on the economic operation and growth. And it is largely in these
cities where a significant majority of immigrants are concentrated in Western
Europe, North America and Japan.
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