The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed that more than 1.2 million native born workers lost their jobs last August. On the contrary, almost 700,000 jobs were secured by foreigners as migrants were continuously allowed to cross the border under President Biden’s administration.On September 1, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed that more than 1.2 million native born workers in the U.S. lost their jobs last August. However, on the contrary, the number of migrant workers increased by around 688,000 as U.S. President Joe Biden continued to allow them to cross the border.
According to Aoraha, the agency further stated that the data collected between July and August also revealed that the unemployment is at a record low not surpassed since the COVID-19 pandemic in April 2020. In comparison, the number of migrant workers increased from 28.69 million last January to 29.96 million last April and 30.39 million in August.
Biggest Decline in Employment
According to James, the biggest decline in the employment of native born workers in the U.S. was expectedly between the months of March and April in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic first began. Reports say the employment went from 128 million to 111 million in the span of one month which suggests that around 17.32 million jobs have been lost.
Nonetheless, even before the COVID-19 pandemic, reports say data collected between July and August 2019 revealed that there were around 700,000 native born workers who lost their jobs in the U.S.