I find it very interesting that there are 27,775,000 Employed Foreign Born workers and 23,327,000 Displaced American Workers who have been harmed by Free Trade Agreements and the tidal wave of non-immigrant guest workers

In the following video I show how there are 23,327,000 displaced American workers forced out of the civilian labor pool

If you talk to the experts, you will find that their best guess of non-immigrant guest workers is about a million and a half which I don’t think includes visa types other than H-1B.

The difference between our Foreign Born employed workers and our Displaced American workers is: 4,448,000

My belief is that if we were to include the number of students working as interns on a OPT visa and the other non-immigrant guest worker types that we will be very close to that figure.

If you have a more accurate number, I want to hear about it.

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