How will Trump fix the problem of foreigners with H-1B visas taking American jobs?

All over the country, from the University of California, San Francisco to Disneyland in Orlando, thousands of Americans are losing their jobs. And in this case, we’re not talking about the so-called “coal people” who Bill Clinton disdained in West Virginia, or the appliance and auto workers being outsourced in the Rust Belt, or the factory workers of the vanishing “furniture belt” in North Carolina and Southern Virginia (although the loss of these jobs is just as devastating to those workers and their families).

This particular stream of joblessness is hitting systems engineers and other IT career specialists, right at the heart of modern technology.

When Trump met last week with the Hot Shots of Silicon Valley, one of the biggest questions on the mind of everyone present was probably the issue of H-1B visas. Continue reading How will Trump fix the problem of foreigners with H-1B visas taking American jobs?

Lies, Damn Lies and Job Statistics-Part 2 Are You Underemployed?

This is Part 2 of a series. You can read Part 1 here.

The title of this post is a play on a famous saying by Benjamin Disraeli and quoted by Mark Twain. The point of this saying is that you can make statistics say almost anything, depending on how you present them.

Were you laid off from a high-paying full time job with healthcare benefits, and are now struggling to pay bills by delivering pizzas and shoveling driveways?

And did this change in status from full-time to part-time happen after Obamacare became Continue reading Lies, Damn Lies and Job Statistics-Part 2 Are You Underemployed?

Carrier Stays: What 1,000 jobs saved will mean

So there are at least 1,000 people ecstatic about Carrier’s reversal of its plans to close an Indiana plant and move 1,400 jobs to Mexico. That’s 1,000 more Americans who won’t have to: Continue reading Carrier Stays: What 1,000 jobs saved will mean

Lies, Damned Lies, and Job Statistics-Part 1

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Note: Many official job statistics are brought to you by the same type of folks that guaranteed Trump would lose.

The title of this post is based on a famous saying by Benjamin Disraeli and quoted by Mark Twain.

The point of the quote is that you can make statistics say almost anything you want, depending on how you present them.

Statistics are scary for those who hate math. But Continue reading Lies, Damned Lies, and Job Statistics-Part 1

Trump Announces Plans to Boost Jobs and the Economy in First 100 Days

Today US president-elect Donald Trump released a video message outlining priorities for his first 100 days in office. Following is a partial transcript of his transition plans for boosting jobs and the economy: Continue reading Trump Announces Plans to Boost Jobs and the Economy in First 100 Days

What Trump’s Economic Plans Could Mean for You

A great interview in The Hollywood Reporter with Trump’s new chief strategist, Steve Bannon, shows us just how exciting the new “Era of Trump” could be for American businesses and American jobs.

Bannon has a wide and eclectic background, ranging from an enlisted man in the U.S. Navy to Harvard Business, to Hollywood and Seinfeld. Over-the-top accusations of his being a “White Nationalist” make him laugh.

“I’m not a white nationalist, I’m a nationalist. I’m an economic nationalist,” he told the reporter. “The globalists gutted Continue reading What Trump’s Economic Plans Could Mean for You

Ignore All the Negative Headlines Pooh-poohing Trump’s Plans

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All the “smart people” KNEW that Trump would never be President of the United States. And yet, he won the election on Nov. 8, 2016.

So, what are these naysayers saying now? Continue reading Ignore All the Negative Headlines Pooh-poohing Trump’s Plans

What is a “Good Job”?

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“And I promise you, if I become President, we’re going to be working again; we’re going to have great jobs again; you’re going to be so happy; you’re going to be proud of your President; you’re going to be proud, proud, proud of our country, once again.”

–Donald J. Trump, speaking at Alumisource, June 28, 2016

Tomorrow (Nov. 18) is the birthday of George H. Gallup (1901-1984) founder of the Gallup Poll, which provides public opinion and forecasting.

For the past 7½ years—and even before the financial crisis of 2008—jobs and unemployment have hit the “flyover country” of Middle America exceptionally hard. And according to Gallup, Continue reading What is a “Good Job”?

Welcome to BringOurJobsBack.com!

It’s a new era in America. With a new President-elect, Mr. Donald J. Trump, we have the chance to renew our economy in a big way.

If you are a small-medium business owner, an independent farmer, or an entrepreneur struggling with strangling regulations like Obamacare and over-taxation, this site is for you. If you are an American worker who has been downsized, replaced, “part-timed,” layed off, or become “unemployable,” this site is for you.

If you are looking for facts about American jobs and the upcoming economic boom, you’ve come to the right place! Continue reading Welcome to BringOurJobsBack.com!