- The latest data showed that the decrease in the number of native-born workers, month-on-month, has dropped to lows not seen since April 2020
- The increase in foreign-born people working in the US this summer, 668,000, is the highest July-to-August jump in the last 10 years
Staggering figures have revealed that over 1.2million US-born workers lost their jobs last month while the foreign-born workforce increased by nearly 700,000 – as migrants continue to flood across the border under the Biden administration.
Data from US Bureau of Labor Statistics show that between July and August, there was a staggering decrease of 1.223million native-born people in the workforce – which is a low not beaten since the jobs crash when Covid hit in April 2020.
In stark contrast almost 688,000 jobs were secured by foreign-born workers, underlining the difference in Joe Biden‘s pro-migration policies versus Donald Trump’s tough border stance.
The data published on Friday shows that the numbers of US-born workers in employment had previously been steadily increasing since January – when the figure sat at 130million. This jumped to 131.1 million in April, before peaking in July with 132.25 million. Employment in this category was back down to 131.03 millon in August.
By comparison, the number of foreign-born workers has been increasing since the beginning of the year. In January 2023, there were 28.69 million non-natives working in the States, rising to 29.96 million in April, and 30.396 million in August.
| Labor Day 2023
Joe Biden Has Spent 40 Percent of Presidency Away on Personal Trips
President Joe Biden has spent 40 percent of his time as president on personal trips away from the White House, according to data calculated by the Republican National Committee.
The finding that Biden has spent 382 of his 957 days in the presidency away from the Oval Office was corroborated by the New York Post, using White House reports of Biden’s movements.
“We have millions of illegal immigrants pouring across our borders. Violent crime is surging. Inflation is crushing hard-working Americans. Our enemies around the world are emboldened,” Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) told the Post. “Meanwhile, Joe Biden is filmed on the beach with his handlers preventing him from speaking to the media to answer basic questions Americans deserve answers to.”
Biden was also spotted sitting underneath an umbrella reading what appeared to be court documents a day before Devon Archer testified against him, implicating that the president had been involved with son Hunter Biden’s foreign business schemes.