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  • The Scriptorium

    12/20/2014

    Fewer US-Born Americans Have Jobs Now Than In 2007

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 11:25 am

    Almost one in every two jobs added since 2009 have gone to foreign-born workers. But the number of Americans with jobs has fallen by 1.5 million, from 124 million in November 2007 to 122.6 million November 2014. All of the net gain in jobs has gone to foreign born workers. We’ve got a serious unemployment problem with American born people, especially in minority communities, and Obama wants to give millions more jobs to illegals. There’s something seriously wrong with this picture.

    Fewer Americans born in the U.S. have jobs now than were employed to November 2007, despite a working-age population growth of 11 million.

    The amazing drop in employment highlights President Barack Obama’s slow recovery from the deep 2008 shock, but also spotlights many companies’ growing reliance on foreign migrant labor.

    Almost one in every two jobs added since 2009 have gone to foreign-born workers.

    In November 2014, one in every five U.S. jobs was held by a foreign-born worker, up from one-in-six jobs in January 2010, according to federal data highlighted by the Center for Immigration Studies.

    Since November 2007, the number of working legal and illegal migrants has risen by two million, from 23.1 million in November 2007 to 25.1 million in November 2014.

    But the number of Americans with jobs has fallen by 1.5 million, from 124 million in November 2007 to 122.6 million November 2014.

    “All of the net gain in employment since 2007 has gone to immigrants (legal and illegal). … Native employment has still not returned to pre-recession levels, while immigrant employment already exceeds pre-recession level,” said a Dec. 19 statement from the group…..

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    See also: 11 million fewer in workforce

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