The immigration bureaucracy is worsening one of the tightest labor markets in recent American history.
Unions or minimum wage laws aren't required for workers to shift the balance of power.
Minimum wage laws priced young workers out of the market before the pandemic and may do so in the future.
The H-2B visa allows foreign workers to fill jobs that native-born Americans aren't interested in.
Laws which mandate big wage increases for workers during the pandemic are leaving store closures in their wake.
Jobs data casts doubt on the idea that the COVID-19 pandemic is uniquely setting women back.
Minimum wage jobs aren't supposed to be career choices, but stepping stones on the way to other things. Everyone has to start out somewhere.
The mandates would be retroactive, potentially punishing businesses for violating rules they did not even know existed.
When it comes to the health of the labor market, we don’t know the full story.
A conservative technocrat tries to engineer a better world.