H-1Bs Are Simply Too Difficult to Get
But today, we are losing the next generation of
The future of the American economy is in our ability to innovate. The U.S. government now estimates that job growth in the innovation-rich fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is fully three times that of the rest of the economy. But the supply of workers in these fields lags far behind the explosion in demand. Even with stubbornly high unemployment in this country, more than a quarter of science and engineering employers currently report difficulty in filling open positions. Foreign high-skilled workers can help fill this gap -- and provide U.S. companies with the kind of know-how necessary to compete in the global marketplace.
That's why the more than 400 mayors and business leaders have joined the Partnership for a New American Economy to urge
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