The foreign-born share of the U.S. workforce is slightly declining as President Donald Trump’s “Hire American” economy pulls millions of sidelined Americans into the job market.
There remain more than 11 million Americans who are out of work despite claims by the big business lobby of a so-called “labor shortage.”
Companies will face greater pressure in 2020 to recruit and train blue-collar Americans and also to pay extra wages, say company officials and economists.
The leading lobbying group for India’s massive workforce in the United States is claiming that Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin has torpedoed closed-door talks with GOP Sen. Mike Lee.
Nearly all House Democrats, plus a group of 34 Republicans, voted Wednesday to approve an amnesty for illegal farmworkers and to outsource more of the nation’s farm workforce to cheap H-2A visa workers.
Wages for blue-collar Americans are rising by 4.3 percent in 2019 — or 2.7 percent after inflation — in President Donald Trump’s tightening labor market, according to Goldman Sachs.
The chairman of the Democratic National Committee tried to change the subject when he was asked on Spanish-language TV about Latino gains in President Donald Trump’s economy.
President Donald Trump teamed up with reality star Kim Kardashian on Thursday to promote employment for former prison inmates.
California farms are hiking wages for U.S. workers and increasingly relying on automation and robots thanks to a shortage of foreign workers in President Donald Trump’s “Hire American” economy.
One of the New York Time’s white-collar reporters joined with business executives to lament President Donald Trump’s pressure on employers to hire blue-collar Americans and pay them decent wages.
The New York Times is touting a few city managers in hard-hit upstate New York who are hoping to rejuvenate their local economies by attracting a share of the many illegal and legal immigrants who enter the United States each year.
President Donald Trump will soon give a speech on his draft immigration reform plan, according to a Washington Post report.
Americans who have been laid off and forced to train their foreign H-1B visa replacements say there is “no shortage” of qualified U.S. workers for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) jobs.
Women are raising their wages by moving into the blue-collar jobs which are performed by men, marking another pro-woman win for President Donald Trump’s “Hire American” economic policy.
Independent adults in the critical Midwest region back President Donald Trump’s immigration push, according to a Washington Post poll.
Jared Kushner’s effort to craft an immigration and wage compromise is reportedly being roiled by the Department of Agriculture’s effort to provide farming companies with many more low-wage visa workers.
President Donald Trump’s “Hire American” economy is boosting the marketplace clout of restaurant staff in Indiana, much to the distress of dining critic Liz Biro.
Supporters and opponents of President Donald Trump are rushing to defend Trump’s deputy at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Lee Francis Cissna.
Former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says the flood of illegal immigrants arriving in the United States on a daily basis is “undercutting” President Trump’s “Hire American” economy by threatening to choke recent wage hikes for America’s blue collar and working class.
Retailer Target Corp. is raising starter wages to $13 per hour, marking a continued rise in blue-collar wages amid President Donald Trump’s “Hire American” economic policy.