8/7/15, "Jobs shock: 100% of female employment gains taken by foreigners since 2007," Washington Examiner, Paul Bedard
"All of the employment gains among women since the recession hit in
December 2007 have been taken by foreigners, even at a time when the
numbers of U.S.-born women surged more than 600,000, according to new
federal statistics [as of 7/8/15].
The jobs data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed gains
in the "employment level" among "foreign born women" and losses among
"native born women."
The charts show that 9.041 million foreign-born women held jobs in December of
2007 compared to 10.028 million today – or a gain of roughly 1 million
jobs. In contrast, 59.322 million U.S.-born women held jobs in December of
2007 compared to 59.258 million today – or a loss of nearly 64,000 jobs.
Overall, nearly 25 million foreign workers, men and women, hold jobs
inside the United States, according to a Senate immigration expert.
The shocking female jobs statistic comes as the U.S. provides some 1
million green cards to new permanent immigrants, along with 700,000
foreign workers visas, and accepts 70,000 refugees and asylum-seekers,
and half a million foreign students."...
Comment: Re: BLS link, it wouldn't link directly to the page with stats, only to the page where you check women, etc.