Last week, I heard two guests on CNBCs Kudlow Show discuss the American workforce and what was happening with various jobs. One gentleman was from the CATO Institute and the other was a Democratic representative (Pascrell) from New Jersey.
The inference from the CATO Institute director that there is a shortage of skilled people in IT in the U.S. is very questionable. He is putting forth p......Full article >>>
he CATO Institute is another position paper for hire organization that sees what they want to see based on contributor visions rather than objective ones. Here is part of the testimony on the need for immigration reform from Daniel Griswold, director of the Cato Institute Center for Trade Policy Studies, before the Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security & Citizenship on May 26, 200......Full article >>>
ncluding for the poorest one-fifth of American households during a time of high immigration levels).
Today, the U.S. unemployment rate has again fallen to levels consistent with full employment and without diminished levels of immigration. Obviously, immigrants and native-born Americans alike can all find work in our $11 trillion economy.
Low-skilled immigrants benefit the U.S. e......Full article >>>
gories and pay scales can be replaced by this program.
The addiction U.S. employers have for exploiting non-immigrant guest worker visa programs and sending jobs overseas has caused significant losses in wealth and prosperity to middle-class Americans and significant losses in wealth to our states, cities and communities.
American workers are fighting a daily battle to remain emp......Full article >>>
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