More than a third of US states have no official data on how many people they accept or reject on a daily basis, according to new research.
But that’s not the only issue with US immigration policies.
Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that a growing number of workers, particularly immigrants from Asia, are leaving the country for better jobs.
The bureau found that workers in industries like software and construction who are not from the US have an annualized unemployment rate of about 10%.
That’s nearly twice the national average of about 6%.
And it’s far above the national rate of 5.9%.
The findings highlight a long-running problem in US immigration policy.
The nation has a strict immigration policy, meaning that only people who are legally authorized to work in the US can legally enter the country.
But the policies have created a situation where people from other countries with lower standards of living are leaving to join the US.
It’s an ongoing problem, and one that has worsened since the US signed an immigration deal with Canada in 2015.
That deal was designed to bring in more immigrants and give more people a chance to become US citizens, but it has not worked.
For example, since Trump took office in January, the number of non-citizen immigrants has grown by more than 700,000, according the Bureau.
And as of January 2019, there were nearly 13.5 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States, nearly half of them in California, according data from the state’s Office of Migration and Border Security.
The problem is compounded by the fact that many immigrants from Mexico, the Central American countries that make up most of the US, do not have a visa, and cannot be counted as residents of the country, making it difficult for them to gain legal status in the country of their birth.
The report also found that the number and share of workers who have been denied entry to the country has increased dramatically since the beginning of the Trump administration.
In January 2017, nearly a quarter of US employers said they had stopped hiring immigrants because of a fear of deportation.
That number has more than doubled since then.
By March, a quarter had stopped taking new hires because they were worried about a possible deportation.
And the percentage of employers that have stopped hiring new workers because of the fear of being deported has doubled.
And it’s not just the lack of new jobs that is holding back the US economy.
The rise in immigrant workers has also hit the wages of the American workforce.
In fact, the unemployment rate among all workers is the highest in the developed world.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis estimates that, in 2018, only 2.7 percent of US workers had a job that paid them more than $40,000 per year.
By 2020, that number had climbed to nearly 12.8 percent.
The number of people who said they were working part-time or who had given up looking for a full-time job, as well as those who have dropped out of the workforce, has also soared.
The data shows that for the first time in decades, American workers are not seeing the growth in jobs they need to keep up with the growing population.
And many of the workers who are losing their jobs are not the same workers who were the ones who lost their jobs during the Great Recession.
The Bureau of Statistics said that between March and September 2019, the proportion of workers not counted as employed in the labor force grew by nearly 15 percent, from about 28 percent to more than 42 percent.
And while the report does not directly address the issue of immigration, its analysis suggests that the situation is worsening.
The report said that the percentage reporting no job growth in the third quarter of 2019 fell to 9.6 percent.
And the number who have given up on looking for work has also fallen.
The lack of work in some industries has been especially damaging for low-wage workers.
In some areas, such as construction, the loss of high-paying jobs has created an even greater economic crisis for workers.
But for low wage workers, the decline in jobs has also led to higher rates of underemployment.
The unemployment rate for workers in construction fell from 9.3 percent in September to 7.5 percent in October.
The jobless rate for low income workers is still at record lows.
For instance, in September, the Census Bureau reported that the unemployment for low incomes was 6.5 percentage points below the official rate of 8.9 percent.
That means more than 10 million Americans are working fewer than 40 hours a week, according a Pew Research Center report.
And for the majority of workers in the low-income sector, that means lower wages and fewer benefits.
For workers in this group, their wage rates have been falling, and they have been struggling to find new jobs.
And in a sign of the challenge, more than 1 million of these workers are in the lowest income category, meaning they earn less than $15 an hour, according for the Bureau’s report.