The US Continues to be the Land of Opportunity for Foreign Temporary Workers
Mar 21, 2003
The most recent report on Trends in International Migration issued by the OECD and available for purchase from the OECD Online bookshop shows that the US continues to allow the largest inflow of temporary workers among OECD countries. During 2000, the latest year reported, over five hundred thousand temporary workers were allowed into the US labor market. About 350 thousand were highly skilled workers and only 33 thousand were seasonal workers. Of the highly skilled workers only 91 thousand were specialists from NAFTA countries.
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