An eye-opening article offers a look at the new scope of the work force as more immigrants become highly skilled to compete in this tough job market. As stated in this article by The Washington Post, Brookings Institute found that 30 percent of the country’s working immigrants have at least a bachelor’s degree, while 28 percent lack a high school diploma. Both numbers have risen since 2010, however those highly-skilled have risen at a faster rate, according to the report. This shift is causing new college graduates to continue to fare poorly in the job market, and what the report by Brookings Institute addresses is that “we’re bringing in a high number of equally skilled workers to compete with them.”