In January 2018, the Trump administration rolled back regulations that had barred Americans from hiring foreign workers for temporary work.
Since then, the number of people applying for jobs abroad has skyrocketed.
So have the numbers of jobs available.
In 2020, there were 1.9 million Americans who had jobs in a country other than the U.S., according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
That’s up from about 1.3 million in the same year a decade earlier.
That surge in job openings comes amid a general tightening of U.s. immigration rules.
But some have questioned whether foreigners who seek to enter the U, as well as those seeking work abroad, are breaking the law.
Read moreFrom the Associated Press:In 2018, about 4,000 people applied for jobs at hotels in Germany, Italy and other European countries, including an average of 11 per day, the Interior Ministry said.
In Italy, where the number is more than 20,000, that translates to an average daily job opening of more than 1,300.
In Germany, which has more than 15 million residents, the daily job openings in 2018 were 1,500, compared with a daily average of more 100, according to data from the German Interior Ministry.
In all, there are more than 3.5 million foreign workers in the U., according the International Labor Organization, an independent international organization that tracks workers and their rights.
According to the American Association of University Women, there have been more than 100,000 U.,B.C. college students who are undocumented immigrants who are working in California or Texas.
That number is growing, said the association’s executive director, Carol Dweck.
The number of U,B,C.
undocumented workers working in the hospitality industry has more or less doubled since the 2020 census, the association reported.
In the U of B, where about 8,000 undocumented immigrants work, there is an average annual turnover of about $150,000 a year, according a 2015 study from the University of British Columbia.
The study noted that it took three years to pay off the debt for $1.5 billion in student loans.
Even so, the economic impact of foreign workers is a hot topic.
The Canadian government says about 60 percent of the people who work at its hospitals are undocumented.
Dweck said the number would grow even if the current immigration system were fully implemented.
She cited a study published in April that found undocumented workers were among the biggest contributors to the cost of health care in Canada.
That study, by the Canadian Institute for Health Information, said there were more than 300,000 medical students enrolled in the province, which covers the Canadian Prairies.