When we send our best paying jobs to other countries, this decreases the jobs available here in our country for our citizens and creates an environment of low paying jobs.

If we double down and import non-immigrant guest workers to take our best paying jobs that are remaining, this also decreases the jobs available here in our country for our citizens and creates an environment where we have more people than we do jobs.

A picture is worth a thousand words.

We have the following occupational groups in America, and these maps will show you whether you have to worry about being displaced by H-1B Non-Immigrant Guest Workers.

You can view the latest non-immigrant guest worker data via the following links:

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View the companies importing the most workers View
View the companies that actually hire the most workers View
View the most requested job titles View
View the most requested SOC CODES View
View the most applicants per work state View
View the most applicants per work city View

Leaving our citizens fighting over crumbs, forced into homelessness, or giving up entirely when they find no way out.

I realize the general belief is there are plenty of jobs out there, but the facts are that since 1975, we have only created about 1,212,021 or 1,307,319 jobs per year depending on which set of government data you look at and we import 8,742,068 to 10,891,745 non-immigrant guest workers per year while only letting in 462,422 to 617,752 legal immigrants per year.

If we take a look at the top 10 jobs that non-immigrant guest workers are imported for, we quickly realize that we have more applicants than we are creating jobs for and that we are creating an environment that forces our children who may want better to work in retail, sales, transportation or the restaurant industry as that is where the jobs are which will leave them making less than what it costs to live in our communities and struggling to provide for their families.

How have we done in the 10 most recent years? You can click here to see for yourself, keeping in mind that all data for 2020 is not yet in.

If you wanted to dig deeper into each job occupation, you can view the most recent ten years by clicking here.

You will hear the H-1B’s say Americans don’t have the skills.

You will hear our American employers say they can’t find the people.

It is time to call BullShit on that.