The U.S. is missing out on necessary high-skilled workers by faltering on immigration reform.
The Senate is considering legislation that would improve the visa program for temporary agricultural workers and help relieve labor shortages that push food prices higher.
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Unions or minimum wage laws aren't required for workers to shift the balance of power.
Canadian officials recognize that immigrants are key to the post-COVID economic recovery. The U.S. should take note.
The U.S. is still facing a worker shortage. Why keep willing workers away from jobs?