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Immigrants Fuel Job Gains, Not Losses in the United States

Written by on March 6, 2018 in Economics, Employment and Wages with 0 Comments
Immigrants Fuel Job Gains, Not Losses in the United States

Immigrants are often used as convenient scapegoats for those feeling the economic pinch of joblessness. However, for at least the last 15 years, immigrants have not been a source of significant job competition for the native-born in the United States. A recent paper on the relationship between immigration and employment confirms this, finding that immigrants […]

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H-1B Visa Cap for Higher Skilled Workers Maxed Out in Record Time

H-1B Visa Cap for Higher Skilled Workers Maxed Out in Record Time

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced Monday that the allotment of H-1B visas for the 2015 fiscal year, known as the H-1B visa cap, has been filled—a week after filing began. The principal temporary visa for skilled professionals, the H-1B allows U.S. companies to employ foreign professionals with at least a bachelor’s degree in a […]

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Immigrants and Their Children Fill Gaps Left by Aging American Workforce

Immigrants and Their Children Fill Gaps Left by Aging American Workforce

Over the next two decades, as the baby boom generation continues entering retirement, we will experience the largest exodus from the workforce by any generational cohort in American history. This wave of retirees will create a labor force deficit among the millions of jobs baby boomers depart from on top of new job growth industries […]

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