H1B Visa = Hell to 1 Black Worker.
H1B and a slew of various foreign worker programs are facilitating the extinction of Black workers from the pursuit of prosperity in America. These programs range from farming , hospitality, manufacturing, administration, technology to a flood of students pre-empting American college graduates.by BASS Mind, https://thebassmind.com
Genocide of the White Collar workers in America is a 40 Years old problem nobody is talking about … It’s done via Millions and Millions of H-1Bs, L1, OPT, H4EAD VISAS issued Every Year (not 85,000 how they say on TV)!
40 Years of planed genocide of White Color workers of America by not using Black People, Minorities, Women and American Workers, but H-1Bs , OPT, H4EAD and L1 from India and China only! It is still a big secret to most of the people!!!
How & Why Government, Universities, & Industry Create Domestic Labor Shortages of Scientists & High-Tech Workers
“Long term labor shortages do not happen naturally in market economies.
“Upcoming labor market shortages will devastate Science and Engineering.”
This was a mantra heard through much of the 1980s. And yet, the predicted “seller’s market” for talent never materialized as unemployment rates actually spiked for newly minted PhDs in technical fields. In fact, most US economists seemed to think that the very idea of labor market shortages hardly made sense in a market economy since wages could simply rise to attract more entrants.
In the late nineties, in the course of research into immigration, I became convinced that our US high skilled immigration policy simply did not add up intellectually. As I studied the situation, it became increasingly clear that the groups purporting to speak for US scientists in Washington DC (e.g. NSF, NAS, AAU, GUIRR) actually viewed themselves as advocates for employers in a labor dispute with working scientists and were focused on undermining scientists’ economic bargaining power through labor market intervention and manipulation.”“How & Why Government, Universities, & Industry Create Domestic Labor Shortages of Scientists & High-Tech Workers,” By Eric Weinstein
“That study was a key link in a chain of evidence leading to an entirely different view of the real origins of the Immigration Act of 1990s and the H1-B visa classification. In this alternative account, American industry and Big Science convinced official Washington to put in place a series of policies that had little to do with any demographic concerns. Their aims instead were to keep American scientific employers from having to pay the full US market price of high skilled labor. They hoped to keep the US research system staffed with employees classified as “trainees,” “students,” and “post-docs” for the benefit of employers. The result would be to render the US scientific workforce more docile and pliable to authority and senior researchers by attempting to ensure this labor market sector is always flooded largely by employer-friendly visa holders who lack full rights to respond to wage signals in the US labor market.”“How & Why Government, Universities, & Industry Create Domestic Labor Shortages of Scientists & High-Tech Workers,” By Eric Weinstein
America’s STEM Fields Are Increasingly Dominated by Foreign-Born Workers
“America’s STEM Fields Are Increasingly Dominated by Foreign-Born Workers,’ By Matt O’Brien, Spencer Raley, and Casey Ryan
Cheap Foreign Labor
Why? Because they are cheaper. For most foreign workers from places like India, China and the Philippines, the end-goal is to remain in the United States permanently. They want to access the U.S. job market on a temporary H-1B visa and convince an American company to sponsor them for an employment-based green card. Working more cheaply than similarly experienced U.S. workers is just the cost of doing business.
Plus, even if they are not making what would be considered fair market wages in the United States, these foreign employees are still making far more than what they could earn back home. For example, a mechanical engineer in India makes approximately 200 rupees per hour – a little bit less than $3 U.S – for a total of around $22.00 – $23.00 per day.[vi] The same work in the United States yields an average of $27 hourly,[vii] meaning Indian STEM workers can make more for one hour’s labor in the United States than they do for an entire day in India.
Many foreigners are willing to labor for less in order to enter the United States lawfully. Couple that with corporations’ relentless need to reduce operating costs and the result is the perfect storm. An alarming number of corporations are willing to do whatever it takes to find a renewable source of cheap labor.
So, American companies have begun hiring foreign workers to fill STEM positions in the United States. And, with the complicity of the open-borders lobby, they are having no problem doing just that. There are millions of foreigners who are willing to accept lower wages to live freer, safer and easier lives in the United States.
But American workers are paying the price.”