On Thursday, Mexa Institute shared a new bulletin that confirmed what we knew all along.
Let’s have them explain it:
“Due to the change of the demographics in the U.S., caused by a decrease of population and an aging society, non-Hispanic white American workers are not able to continue to perform certain jobs, therefore sectors that require physical effort and long shifts have attracted and benefited from the Mexican-origin workforce, which is younger and vital for the labor market.
Despite the negative perception of Mexican workers, they are critical for the growth of the United States economy. Most of all, they do not replace the American workforce, but complement it.”
We repeat: Mexican workers “do not replace the American workforce, but complement it.”
Read up and learn, people.