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Trump’s Immigrant Crackdown Left A Critical Shortage Of Workers In U.S. Economy

by Futures Centre, Jan 20
1 minute read

Due to a crackdown on immigration under former President Trump and the lingering effects of the COVID pandemic, the U.S. was short over 3 million workers at the end of 2022, over half of whom would typically be migrants.

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So what?

Immigrants are tremendously valuable to the nation’s economies, providing a flexible workforce often willing to do jobs Americans turn down. How will this impact the economic crisis and the interconnected effects of the increased cost of living crisis?



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