December 20, 2014
So it turns out all of the jobs people have gained since 2007 have been gained by immigrants, and White (as well as indigenous Blacks for that matter) are still significantly worse off economically than they were before the crash.
But it’s okay – they deserve to have less because they are White and their entire history has been stealing from colored folk.
These brown people have a right to steal everything because it was all theirs to begin with or whatever.
The Center for Immigration Studies issued a report Friday that found 1.5 million fewer U.S.-born workers employed in 2014 than prior to the recession in 2007. Foreign-born employment for both legal and illegal immigrants increased by more than 2 million workers during the same time period.
The data, which CIS obtained from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, is evidence that native-born workers could have a harder time finding jobs under President Obama’s plan to allow more than 5 million illegal immigrants to obtain work permits, CIS officials said.
“If we continue to allow in new immigration at the current pace or choose to increase the immigration level it will be even more difficult for the native-born to make back the ground they have lost in the labor market,” the report’s authors, Steven A. Camarota and Karen Zeigler, wrote.
The U.S. economy added 321,000 jobs in November, one of the strongest gains in three years.
The unemployment rate has steadily fallen and is now 5.8 percent, the lowest level since June 2008.
But Camarota and Zeigler say that employment numbers for U.S.-born workers has still not returned to pre-recession levels, while it returned to pre-recession levels for immigrant workers in 2012 “and has continued to climb.”
Overall, the number of U.S.-born workers fell from 124,014 million in November 2007 to 122,558 million in November 2014. Foreign-born workers, who make up 17 percent of the workforce, increased from 23,104 million to 25,108 million in the same time period.
The BLS figures showed that 11 million fewer U.S.-born workers are in the labor force now compared to 2007, and that figure has not improved in the last year.
Camarota and Zeigler say the numbers show there is no labor shortage, “even as many members of Congress and the president continue to support efforts to increase the level of immigration.”
I refuse to believe that this was not already obvious to everyone, regardless of how many times the Jew media and the ape President said “better economy better economy better economy.”