Continued Growth Of Mass. Economy Depends On Immigration, Experts Say


Massachusetts and New Hampshire have the strongest economies in New England, but experts say continued growth depends on immigration.

That was one message delivered during an economic outlook conference hosted by the New England Economic Partnership at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston on Tuesday.

“We’re highly dependent on growing our labor force by net foreign immigration, so anything that slows that could hurt our economy,” Northeastern University’s Alan Clayton-Matthews said during the conference.


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