Guest Worker Visas

When you water your neighbors plants and neglect yours, what happens?

They turn to weeds or die, don't they?

Isn't that what we are doing with these guest worker programs to our own citizens when we have more workers than we do jobs?

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That is a question I've had since 2003 when I first became unable to find work. After digging into the data for nearly 20 years now I've come to the conclusion that I cannot use the Department of Labor data because it is based off of samples, and polling and doesn't actually count the unemployed But there is one organization that counts every return and every penny which is the IRS, so we will use their databook reports to calculate job gains and losses. And we will limit the numbers to the 1040 filers as that would be people working for somebody.

Like I've Been Saying.

If you divide 11,900,000 jobs by 10 years, how many jobs do you get?

IRS

In 2020 we had 157,195,302 filing 1040 type forms and you can view that data by looking at Table 2 by clicking here.

In 1999 we had 125,227,000 filing 1040 type forms and you can view that data by looking at Table 2 by clicking here.

This is a 21 year period and we had a gain of 31,968,302 more tax filers which means we created an average of 1,522,300.10 new tax filers each year during that period.

OES

In 2020 we had 139,099,570 listed under all occupations and you can view that data by looking at 00-0000 by clicking here.

In 2016 we had 140,400,040 listed under all occupations and you can view that data by looking at 00-0000 by clicking here.

This is a 21 year period and we had a loss of -1,300,470 jobs which means we created an average of -61,927.14 jobs per year during that period.

I wanted to give you the ability to click on a link and view the data, but before 2016, there are only links to excel spreadsheets and I couldn't be sure you could view a spreadsheet

But this isn't enough data to see what has actually happened, so I'm going to include the 2000 total employed number which was 129,738,980

This would give us a gain of 9,360,590 or 468,029.50 jobs per year gained.

If you want to verify this data, you can click here to download that spreadsheet.

CPS

Numbers are in Thousands
YearJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
2021150031150239150848151176151620151602152645
1948580615819657671582915785458743589685845658513583875841758740
Gain / Loss91,97092,04393,17792,88593,76692,85993,677-58,456-58,513-58,387-58,417-58,740
Yearly Avg Gain / Loss1,1221,1221,1361,1331,1431,1321,142-713-714-712-712-716

CES

Numbers are in Thousands
YearJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
2021140980142133143315144397145355146603146470
1939292962939429804297863014530520304723087031608319753183732037
Gain / Loss111,684112,739113,511114,611115,210116,083115,998-30,870-31,608-31,975-31,837-32,037
Yearly Avg Gain / Loss1,3621,3751,3841,3981,4051,4161,415-376-385-390-388-391

Summary

As you have seen, the IRS came in with the largest numbers and since they count every single return, we find that we created 1,522,300 jobs per year for our citizens.

During this time, we find that we imported this many non-immigrant guest workers during the following years:

601,594 H-1B Workers, 442,822 H-2A Workers, 129,126 - H-2B Workers, 163,342 O-1 Workers, 133,464 P-1 Workers, 698,794 L-1 Workers, 515,672 E-1 to E-3 Workers and you can view that by clicking here.

We find similar numbers for 2018, 2017, & 2016 that you can view by clicking on the links

You will find the guest worker data on this site if you want to verify the numbers.

Guest Worker Applications

H-1B, H-2A, H-2B, CW-1, PERM, Prevailing Wage

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Trade Adjustment Assistance

Petitions and Determinations Data

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Approvals Data

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

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