Many Afghans who have come to the U.S. through the Special Immigrant Visa program are educated and skilled, yet they end up in low wage jobs — a missed opportunity for both workers and employers.

The Jobs That Await Afghans In The U.S. Are Often Far Below Their Skill Level

By Andrea Hsu NPR
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