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A new survey states that under President Joe Biden’s administration, the unemployment rate for foreign-born immigrants in the United States is over 50%.

The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) released research on Monday showing that just 46% of immigrants who entered the country “in 2022 or later” had jobs by the start of 2024.

Researchers at the CIS, Steven Camarota and Karen Zeigler, noted, “Immigration certainly adds workers to the country, but it just as plainly adds non-workers who need to be supported by the labor of others.”

“This still holds true now, as it did in the past, and it will undoubtedly continue to be true for new immigrants in the future.” It is important for those who only view immigration as a labor supply to realize that it also brings in schoolchildren, pensioners, and a host of other non-workers.”

The CIS report’s data refutes claims put forth by proponents of illegal immigration, who claim that migrant workers contribute to the economy by working hard.

According to the analysis, over the 39 months since Biden assumed office in January 2021, there has been an approximate 6.6 million rise in the number of migrants in the United States has increased by approximately 6.6 million.

There were 51.6 million foreign-born migrants as of March 2024, which is 5.1 million more than in 2022. This constituted 15.6% of the United States population.

The researchers stated in the paper that “many supporters of the illegal think they should be given work permits so they may sustain themselves while they wait for a court date.” Naturally, some people are concerned that this would just encourage more undocumented immigration. The continued border problem meant that a higher percentage of new entrants in 2024 were undocumented than in previous years.

According to a February analysis from the CIS, millions of foreign-born immigrants were the main driver of Biden’s job growth, while the number of American natives employed fell below pre-COVID-19 levels.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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