“If the [H-1B] suspension continues beyond 2020, recruiting high-quality tech workers could become much more difficult,” wrote Gad Levanon, who heads the group’s Labor Market Institute that has repeatedly recognized that a smaller supply of workers tends to raise wages and salaries.
The H-1B Visa Suspension Just Made Recruiting Them Even Harder,” Levanon wrote:
U.S. graduates helped Trump deliver the reforms, Lynn said, and now they need to help Trump to preserve and push the reforms:
We know that Trump is under immense pressure to make all kinds of exceptions that would water his [June 22] Executive Order down to meaninglessness.
It's all about executives vs professionals.https://t.co/fv5G0FaQYs — Neil Munro (@NeilMunroDC) June 26, 2020
Former Google chief Eric Schmidt offers the usual bait-and-switch:
Tells Trump the nation needs genius immigrants – but fights to replace outspoken US graduates with compliant, low-skilled #h1B college-workers.
It's all about executives vs professionals.https://t.co/fv5G0FaQYs
— Neil Munro (@NeilMunroDC) June 26, 2020