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While statistical functions, batch data processing, and fitting functions are generally intuitive, the quality, diversity, and ease of plotting publication quality figures in Origin matches or surpasses other data analysis and graphing software packages. The addition of Origin Central, included since Origin 2017 and improved further in Origin 2018, provides some very nice features including sortable graph samples with example images, recently accessed or created projects, books, or graphs, and a learning center to provide both tutorials and videos on various aspects of Origin. The example images with graph samples is one of the most useful features as it allows you not only to see different ways of representing data, but also how to structure the data in Origin to generate the plot. Newer features in Origin include easily distributing graphs for balanced multi-panel figures as well as exporting a specific graphing region rather than splitting existing multi-panel figures into single panel graphs. Exporting graphs and plots to Microsoft Word® was also added to Origin. Adding reference lines (or other user functions) based on user specified formulas are easier to insert within graphs. Additionally, enhanced legend customization including the ability to independently alter symbol size, an upgraded legend wizard, and Unicode characters improve this version of Origin.
An App Center was also introduced in Origin 2018 allowing you to search and easily update applications that provide ease of use functionality and features for Origin. These files, with the .opx filetype extension, are available within the Origin application and on the OriginLab website free of charge. OriginLab employees are willing and eager to partner with users to create custom applications that benefit the community of users. There are many different application functions, including adding SMILES molecular representations within spreadsheets and graph legends, simultaneous multiparameter and multi-model fitting with global parameters, importing map images, and more. Each one we tested was easy to navigate, intuitive, and updating an App is almost a one-click process.
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The Global Compact for Migration is the first-ever UN global agreement on a common approach to international migration in all its dimensions. The global compact is non-legally binding. It is grounded in values of state sovereignty, responsibility-sharing, non-discrimination, and human rights, and recognizes that a cooperative approach is needed to optimize the overall benefits of migration, while addressing its risks and challenges for individuals and communities in countries of origin, transit and destination.
In 2016, Eastern European immigrants accounted for the largest share of all Europeans in the United States, at 44 percent (see Table 1). Northern and Western Europeans made up about 20 percent each. The top five origin countries were the United Kingdom, Germany, Poland, Russia, and Ukraine.
However, age distribution varies considerably by origin group. Eastern European immigrants are overwhelmingly of working age, particularly those from Bosnia (88 percent), Albania (86 percent), Bulgaria (84 percent), and Moldova and Macedonia (82 percent each). Meanwhile around half of the foreign born from several countries were 65 or over, including Czechoslovakia (59 percent), Austria and Italy (54 percent each), Latvia (52 percent), Hungary (50 percent each), Greece (49 percent), and Germany (48 percent).
The high educational attainment of European immigrants overall can be explained by the high levels of education in origin countries as well as the channels through which these immigrants enter the United States. Many arrive as international college students or high-skilled temporary workers on H-1B visas, who later apply for a green card.
In the 2016-17 school year (SY), approximately 81,200 international students from Europe studied in the United States, out of 1 million international students. The top European origin countries were the United Kingdom (11,500 international students), Germany (10,200), France (8,800), Spain (7,200), and Russia (5,400).
Several European countries were among the top 20 countries of origin for immigrants receiving coveted H-1B visas in fiscal year (FY) 2017. The United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, and Spain jointly accounted for 2 percent of the 366,000 petitions for initial and for continuing employment that were approved by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Most H-1B petitions, 76 percent, went to Indian nationals.
While a sizable share of European immigrants are in management occupations, the primary occupation varies by country of origin. Around one-third of immigrants from Montenegro (34 percent) and Albania (33 percent) were employed in service occupations in 2016, while more than one-quarter of their peers from Bosnia (26 percent) were in production, transportation, and material-moving occupations. Meanwhile around 70 percent of the foreign born from Finland (72 percent), Belgium, and Iceland (68 percent each) were employed in management, business, science, and arts occupations.
In 2016, just 10 percent of Europeans were living in poverty, a lower rate than the 14 percent for the native born and 17 percent for immigrants overall. Poverty levels also varied by country of origin, with 17 percent of immigrants from Ukraine and 6 percent to 7 percent of those from the Netherlands, Slovakia, and Ireland living in poverty.
However, immigration pathways varied by country of origin. Roughly half of immigrants from Luxembourg, France, Denmark (47 percent each), Finland (46 percent), and Belgium (45 percent) gained green cards via employment-based preferences. On the other hand, 46 percent of new LPRs from Malta, and 28 percent each from the former Serbia and Montenegro and the former Soviet Union qualified as refugees or asylees. A significant share of Eastern Europeans received their green cards through the Diversity Visa lottery, including those from Moldova (49 percent), Belarus (37 percent), Albania (30 percent), Bulgaria (27 percent), and Macedonia (21 percent).
About 4,900 unauthorized Europeans were active participants of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, out of 702,250 immigrants participating overall, according to May 2018 data from USCIS. The top five European countries by DACA participation are Poland (1,380 recipients), Portugal (500), the United Kingdom (500), Italy (350), and Germany (220).
The European-origin diaspora in the United States is composed of approximately 133 million people who were either born in Europe or reported European ancestry, according to tabulations from the U.S. Census Bureau 2016 ACS. The European diaspora accounts for 41 percent of the 323 million people living in the United States.
This World Refugees Day, I want to challenge what seems to be the conventional wisdom regarding refugees. Not only are refugees not a burden, rather they are welfare-enhancing assets. Indeed, accepting, protecting, and empowering refugees is a win-win-win formula: for the refugees themselves, for the country of destination, and for the country of origin.
What about origin countries? They can also benefit immensely in the medium- to long-term from the resettlement of their citizens as refugees in foreign countries. First, the countries of origin also benefit from the creation of business networks between them and the countries where the refugees were resettled. For developing countries overcoming conflict, the flow of investment could be crucial for recovery. In addition to these business networks, the refugees can play a significant role in transferring technologies and knowledge back home, which translates into more competitive and diversified economies. In ongoing research with several co-authors, we show how, for instance, the nations that emerged from the former Yugoslavia hugely benefited from the knowledge and experience gained by Bosnian, Croat, and Serb refugees who temporarily resettled in Germany during the war of the early 1990s. 2b1af7f3a8