U.S. firms are hiring hundreds of thousands of foreign workers in America to fill a growing number of vacant U.N. positions and to boost the global economy, but the jobs are also being outsourced.
Reuters reports that nearly 3 million Americans are employed by U.K.-based technology companies in the U.E. that have a global workforce of about 50,000.
That’s a lot of foreign talent.
Reuters notes that the U-K.
and its tech companies are among the biggest employers of foreign labor in the world, but that’s a small number compared to the U.-S.
Reuters also says that American tech firms are also hiring foreign workers at their own U.A.E.-based factories.
Reuters says U.Y.C.F. is a U.B.L.O.-based company that makes electronic tools, including printers and scanners.
It’s also hiring about 5,000 foreign workers from the Uruguay-based company Fondation Biodiesel.
Reuters adds that Fondations Biodanol, which makes a range of biodiesel products, is also looking to hire foreign labor.
U.W.S., a company that has been producing a variety of medical devices for U.U.S.-based health systems, is looking to add a foreign worker to its payrolls.
Reuters mentions that it’s also looking at hiring a foreign labor from France, as well as a foreign workforce from the Philippines.
The article also notes that Chinese companies are looking to replace some U.H.
S-based workers at U.F.-based plants in the United States.
Reuters explains that Chinese manufacturers are increasingly looking to build their factories in America because of the low cost of labor, and are looking for foreign workers.