Why is it that the best and brightest that Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and IBM will not take my challenge?
They can put their best and brightest to analyzing the data and it really is a simple challenge.
Produce a chart, or a report showing how many jobs we have created for NAICS 54 on a yearly basis so we can see how many jobs were created over the previous year.
On the same chart, or report, show how many initial and contiuing approvals were issued, and show how many jobs this leaves for Americans in America in NAICS 54.
NAICS 54 seems to be our best paying jobs, and it is also the jobs that non-immigrant guest workers are being imported to take.
This report will show you how many of these jobs were created each year, and how many initial and continuing H-1B guest worker visas were issued each year.
The JOBS Created Year over Year data can be found by clicking here.
The Initial and Continuing Approval of H-1B Jobs Created Year over Year data can be found by clicking here.
You will want to download each years data and only get the data for NAICS 54 so that we are comparing Apples against Apples.
The professional, scientific, and technical services sector consists of a single subsector, Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services: NAICS 541. Data published under either the sector or subsector classification are included in the tables below. The subsector consists of these industry groups:
Legal Services: NAICS 5411
Accounting, Tax Preparation, Bookkeeping, and Payroll Services: NAICS 5412
Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services: NAICS 5413
Specialized Design Services: NAICS 5414
Computer Systems Design and Related Services: NAICS 5415
Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services: NAICS 5416
Scientific Research and Development Services: NAICS 5417
Advertising and Related Services: NAICS 5418
Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services: NAICS 5419
|Dec 2021 Employed||10,187,300|
|Less Dec 2020 Employed||9,541,100|
|Equals Jobs Gained in 2021||646,200|
|Less H-1B Initial Approvals for 2021||77,612|
|Less H-1B Continuing Approvals for 2021||173,704|
|Equals Jobs Left for Americans||394,884|
|Dec 2020 Employed||9,541,100|
|Less Dec 2019 Employed||9,641,900|
|Equals Jobs Gained in 2020||-100,800|
|Less H-1B Initial Approvals for 2020||65,084|
|Less H-1B Continuing Approvals for 2020||172,895|
|Equals Jobs Left for Americans||-338,779|
|Dec 2019 Employed||9,641,900|
|Less Dec 2018 Employed||9,386,400|
|Equals Jobs Gained in 2019||255,500|
|Less H-1B Initial Approvals for 2019||57,777|
|Less H-1B Continuing Approvals for 2019||99,545|
|Equals Jobs Left for Americans||98,178|
|Dec 2018 Employed||9,386,400|
|Less Dec 2017 Employed||9,137,900|
|Equals Jobs Gained in 2018||248,500|
|Less H-1B Initial Approvals for 2018||39,747|
|Less H-1B Continuing Approvals for 2018||100,152|
|Equals Jobs Left for Americans||108,601|
|Dec 2017 Employed||9,137,900|
|Less Dec 2016 Employed||8,956,300|
|Equals Jobs Gained in 2017||181,600|
|Less H-1B Initial Approvals for 2017||41,170|
|Less H-1B Continuing Approvals for 2017||98,201|
|Equals Jobs Left for Americans||42,229|
|Dec 2016 Employed||8,956,300|
|Less Dec 2015 Employed||8,765,300|
|Equals Jobs Gained in 2016||191,000|
|Less H-1B Initial Approvals for 2016||45,952|
|Less H-1B Continuing Approvals for 2016||97,512|
|Equals Jobs Left for Americans||47,536|