Mexican immigrants have contributed between 3.7 per cent to 4.1 per cent to the U.S. GDP in the 2003 – 2011 period, according to a new report by BBVA Research.
Their biggest contribution to U.S. GDP is in agriculture, even though less than 5 per cent of them are working in the sector. Here is a breakdown of the sectors that Mexican immigrants contribute to the most:
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