Foreign-born workers hit record-high employment number in U.S; native-born DOWN

Foreign-born workers hit record-high employment number in U.S; native-born DOWN

[Ed. – There’s no excuse for this, especially given the astounding number of unemployed working-age men.  I’ve always been a friend of legal immigration.  But I’m rapidly losing my friendship for work-visa programs, and I’m even starting to go negative on some of the legal immigration.  Importing people so we can give up on our native-born citizens is not the way to go.  Emphasis added.]

Last month was the first time that the number of foreign-born workers exceeded 26 million. There were 25,984,000 foreign-born workers who had a job in July, and in August that number jumped to 26,134,000, an increase of 240,000. …

There were 126,453,000 native-born workers employed in July, and in August, that number dropped to 125,670,000, a one-month decline of 783,000.

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