If you’ve heard the TV ad from FAIR about Paul Ryan’s “labor shortage,” you probably know that unemployment is extremely high in his district.
But you probably didn’t know that the jobs crisis in WI-1 is far worse. In addition to high unemployment in Racine, Janesville & Milwaukee, the state faces widespread underemployment.
See the new infographic from FAIR about what employment is really like in the Badger State.
The Worse Areas for Jobs
Are the high rent areas like Seattle…..everyone that’s younger wants two of the scarce jobs to hog to afford the high rent.
Wisconsin doesn’t have that problem…..yet….
As long as we give companies the option of importing what are, in all aspects, cheap indentured servants who work at the whim of the company, they will have no reason to seek out, or train, Americans who can do the job.
Please called Represented Ted Poe, Texas is number 2 in illegal immigration behind California. Texas is in the top 10 in poverty because of too many low skilled illegal immigrants taking construction jobs. Texas has one of the fastest growing job creations but one of the highest poverty rates around 16 to 18 percent. The Rio Grande which borders Mexico poverty is usually around 24 to 35 percent. More guest workers represented Poe is not needed in one of the poorest states in the Union, too many 3rd and 2nd generation Hispanics must compete in low skilled manufacturing, service work and construction with illegal immigration where Texas has the second highest number of jobs at the minimum wage.