2018 versus 2019

There are many people who say that everybody that wants a job has one, and that American citizens are not having their jobs taken by illegal and non-immigrant guest workers.

Hiding in plain site, we have a government report that tells a totally different story.

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If we compare those numbers against each other, we find the following.

In plain english, we find that the civilian noninstitutional population for foreign born went up 284,000 and that native born went up 1,175,000.

And that the civilian labor force for foreign born workers went up 932,000 and for native born workers, went up 1,136,000

This is a huge difference as foreign born had a population increase of 284,000 and a gain of 928,000 more foreign born workers being employed.

Whereas, native born Americans had a gain of 1,175,000 population increase and a gain of 1,188,000 more native born workers being employed.

How can any sane man or woman look at that and not realize that the deck is being stacked against the American citizen who is native born?

Received from Hilarie Gamm just now:

H1Bs, OPT and L1 visa holders absolutely do take jobs from American citizens, they DO NOT create jobs, H1Bs are a MULTIPLIER, they accelerate the jobs loss of Americans. Combined with rampant outsourcing, white collar U.S. professionals continue to be displaced in every industry across the U.S. Capitalism and Globalism are a toxic combination for U.S. workers who are easily replaced by cheap foreign labor both inside and outside the U.S. Trump will lose the 2020 election if he loses the support of the millions of tech workers, engineers, accountants, architects, and educated professionals directly impacted by foreign labor.

94407 – Core Pipe Products, Inc. 170 Tubeway Drive, Carol Stream, IL 60188 – Unknown Workers

This worker group is subject to injury based on notification from USDOL/ITC Investigation 701-TA-585-586 and 731-TA-1383-1384
involving stainless steel flanges from China and India. The determination was published in the Federal Register Vol. 83, No. 107
published on June 4, 2018 and Vol. 83, No. 146 published on July 30, 2018.


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BLS OES 11-0000 Management Occupations

When you are looking for employment numbers, you will find two types:

The historical data is released in May of each year.

The goal of this article is to see whether we have gained, or lost any jobs when you subtract the previous year from the current year.

For this exercise, we will look at 11-0000 Management Occupations and the total for each year to see if we are creating any jobs, and if so, are we creating more and more, or fewer jobs.

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The spreadsheet above shows the years from 2001 to 2009

The gain or loss for each month is:

  • 2001 – (570,320)
  • 2002 – (119,900)
  • 2003 – (438,980)
  • 2004 – (452,540)
  • 2005 – (240,380)
  • 2006 – (67,660)
  • 2007 – 111,030
  • 2008 – 148,720
  • 2009 – (36,270)

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The spreadsheet above shows the years from 2010 to 2017

The gain or loss for each month is:

  • 2010 – (93,520)
  • 2011 – 160,960
  • 2012 – 206,610
  • 2013 – 152,520
  • 2014 – 198,690
  • 2015 – 195,350
  • 2016 – 153,800
  • 2017 – 189,540

Whether we are creating more jobs or less jobs can best be viewed via a chart like this one I prepared from that data.

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