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Foreign Workers Make Up 25 Percent of the Entire STEM Workforce

Foreign Workers Make Up 25 Percent of the Entire STEM Workforce

With the Trump administration threatening to limit the immigration of highly skilled foreign professionals to the United States, now is a good time to take stock of just how valuable those professionals are to the U.S. economy and how short-sighted it is to place limits on their contributions to this country. High-skilled workers in STEM […]

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Keeping U.S. High-Skilled Temporary Worker Visa Programs Workable

Keeping U.S. High-Skilled Temporary Worker Visa Programs Workable

When analyzing higher-skilled guest worker visa programs, such as the H-1B and L-1 programs, critics often fail to acknowledge the very different and important purposes that these programs were designed to serve, and the complicated requirements already in place  to protect against abuse or exploitation. There is no denying that we can and should improve […]

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Skilled Immigrants Filling U.S. Health Care Needs

Written by on February 25, 2013 in Legislation, Reform, Uncategorized with 5 Comments
Skilled Immigrants Filling U.S. Health Care Needs

As the debate around immigration reform continues one of the cornerstones of ongoing discussions is what kinds of skilled immigrants the U.S. needs. There is no doubt that high-skilled immigrants play an important role in America’s innovation economy, and particularly in those industries agglomerated in the Silicon Valleys and Research Triangles of the United States. […]

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New Brookings Report Examines Demand for H-1B High Skilled Worker Visas

New Brookings Report Examines Demand for H-1B High Skilled Worker Visas

Who uses H-1Bs and for what types of jobs is a topic of constant debate in Congress and in communities across the country.  The Brookings Institute recently released a new report mapping H-1B workers in the U.S which addresses some of these questions and sheds new light on the topic. The H-1B program allows employers […]

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