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Cities that embrace and encourage their international citizens and cultures will thrive, have a stronger quality of life and will attract new growth and jobs.

Mayor Greg Fischer

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the percentage of Louisville's foreign-born population that has a Bachelor's degree

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the percentage of Louisville's foreign student population studying in STEM fields

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the percentage of Louisville's foreign student population that is enrolled in Master's or Doctoral programs

Culture makes people understand each other better. And if they understand each other better in their souls, it’s easier to overcome the economic and political barriers.

Paulo Coelho

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growth of the foreign-born population in Louisville between 2000 and 2013

the number of additional jobs for U.S. natives for every 100 immigrants with advanced degrees

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the percentage of main street business owners whom are foreign-born

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