With the tight labor market in the United States, employers in the hospitality industry are having a hard time filling some low-skilled jobs this summer season. In past years, they’ve been able to fill the gap by bringing in seasonal workers from other countries on special H-2-B visas. But the U.S. Congress made changes to the visa rules this year.
CGTN’s Karina Huber reports on the impact that’s having in a popular resort area of Massachusetts.
Tara Sinclair on how US visa changes impact the labor market
CGTN’s Rachelle Akuffo spoke with Tara Sinclair, a senior fellow at Indeed Hiring Lab, about the impact work visa rule changes are having on the U.S. labor market.