American employers often claim they use the H-1B and other skilled guest worker visa programs to attract talented foreign workers and help them remain permanently in the U.S. But new evidence shows these programs are mainly a means to help outsource U.S. jobs or recruit cheap temporary labor.
Sign up to stay informed
New research, insightful graphics, and event invites in your inbox every week.
See related work on Immigration and Trade and Globalization
See more work by Ron Hira