Internationally educated health care professionals have been crucial since the start of the pandemic. They’ll be just as important once it’s over.
Ensuring Effective Economic Integration Policy at a Pivotal Moment: Key Insights from a WES Social Media Forum
Experts identify ways to tackle the existing barriers and inequities that hinder the professional integration of immigrants in the U.S.
WES research shows the disproportionate economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on immigrants, migrant workers, and international students.
Experts have long called for the development of a standard framework to assess competency. Seven principles identified by WES could be the answer.
Employers looking to recruit talent in today’s fast-paced economy need to understand more than a job seeker’s education.