Immigrants are replacing women in the workforce
For over a decade we have talked about how illegal aliens are replacing Americans in the workforce. This has been especially true in the case of black Americans. However, women have also been replaced in vast numbers.
Female participation in the US workforce is at a 27 year low. Combine this with the fact that illegal immigration and immigration in general suppresses wages. The H-1B labor visa program was created to suppressing even high paying technical jobs. So no field is immune from the wage suppressing effects of mass immigration.
While female participation in the workforce is at a 27 year low, the ability of males to support a female on their own income is also at a low point. Because of this, more women simply live on welfare as a single mom. However, immigrants are also going on welfare in vast numbers. So there will be an inevitable breaking point in which the US can no longer afford to pay for welfare.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics [BLS], 56.6% of American women are not in the labor force. Another 5.3% of women are “in the labor force,” but currently unemployed.
A record 56,167,000 women, age 16 years and over, were not in the labor force in April, as the labor force participation rate for this group hit 56.6 percent — a 27-year low, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
To be counted as “not in the labor force,” according to the BLS, one must not have a job or have looked for one in the past four weeks. In March 2015, there were 56,131,000 women not in the labor force, which means that 36,000 women have dropped out of the labor force since then.
The labor force participation rate, which is the percentage of those who are participating in the labor force by either having a job or looking for one in the past four weeks, matched the participation rate of 56.6 percent seen in March as well as December of 2014.
The labor force participation rate has not been this low since September 1988–27 years ago.