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The Minimum Wage Increases In 21 USA States In 2017

minimum wage

Recently, you may all have heard about different discussions and law analyzes about minimum wage in United States. Despite many people and organizations requests for an increase at 15$ per hour, other opponents indicate the potential impact that labor costs have on businesses that employ the most minimum wage workers. ...

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Tips to get a job in the United States

working in USA

USA is one of the most powerful economies in the world. This country, offers many kinds of job opportunities offering some high employment standards! These endless job offerings, belonging to different fields, require some qualified people with potential skills and standards. For all immigrants, coming to develop their careers in ...

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USCIS finally publishes new regulations for T nonimmigrant status

For all the victims of human trafficking who are seeking for a T nonimmigrant status, the department of Homeland Security (DHS) is currently amending its regulations regarding procedures and other requirements in order to provide guidance and secure the T nonimmigrant status regulations are best reflected and up to date. ...

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During the last quarter, U.S economy grew at 3.5 %

U.s economy had the fastest pace in two years! According to Washington (AP), the economy grew at 3.5% annual rate from July to September. Even though this growth is not expected to last, it still shows a significant increment that has to be taken into consideration when calculating all the ...

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New Data reveal growing number of international students

studying in US

ICE, the U.S Immigration Customs Enforcement has recently revealed some growing numbers of International students who are currently studying in States. Compared with the number of these students on November 2015, in 2016 the number has reached 1.23 million students. In other words, this number is almost 3% higher than ...

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You can study and work at the same time with F1 visa

immigrants contribution

  Wanting to make some extra money when you’re an international student studying in U.S is very normal. Fees and other living costs make many students to see working on a part-time job as a necessity in order to provide enough income to finance the education and living costs. The ...

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Jobless rate in the U.S falls to 9-year low

U.S. economy added 178,000 jobs in November. The unemployment rate fell to 4.6% from 4.9% – a nine-year low – while average hourly wages rose 2.5% over the past 12 months. Businesses added 156,000 jobs, led by professional and business services. The data showed that 4.52 million Americans who entered the labor ...

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Most famous ethnic cuisines in U.S.

U.S has always been a country to not only welcome immigrants from all around the world, but has also learned a lot from all their cultural diversity. Being a country to offer so many opportunities, is not a big surprise why, through all these years, immigrants have seen many potentials in different ...

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