Unregistered Mexican Workers refusing to Go Back to Work!

Employment Numbers for the unemployed are Low. And the ones that Americans do not include in the JOB MARKET are the Unbelievable Number of Unregistered Mexican Workers that are now sitting at home refusing to go back to work. They fear being Deported. They fear not being An American Citizen. But now. They feel betrayed and are refusing to go back to work. They feel betrayed because they don’t Trust getting the Covid Vaccine where personal information is required. They fear many things and they represent workers counted by Employers. But most cannot get the Covid Vaccines because they fear it being a way for a Deportation Trap.

Who do you think work in the worse of JOBS? Ones who have no representation and are exploited because they cannot complain without being chunked back across the Border like Chopped Liver. Like the dirt on the bottom of your shoes? And they will take most Any job. But not now.

But you say you don’t care but you do love Fruit and Vegetables picked by manual labor. And not just here in America but in Mexico and South America. And everyone cries for the Cheapest. But no one wants to hear of disgruntled Mexican Workers.

And we claim to be the Home of the Free.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/over-a-dozen-gop-governors-plan-to-snatch-back-unemployment-insurance-early/ar-BB1gHdyd

“We need to incentivize Montanans to reenter the workforce.” Montana, however, will provide $1,200 return-to-work bonuses funded by the latest coronavirus relief package. 

South Carolina soon joined the fold, with Gov. Henry McMaster saying they “turned into a dangerous federal entitlement.”

Once again, Governors are challenging the Federal Government’s Authority and using the Relief Package Money as they want to.

But this doesn’t help the Mexican Workers. They are still just sitting at home and getting No Benefits. Unless people are ready to do the right thing and bring them all in and out from the Darkness and into American Citizenship. All is Lost. All is Lost. Cannot become Americans until you get the BROWN out of their Skin?

https://www.bls.gov/web/laus/laumstrk.htm

NATIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN U.S.

Unemployment rate
Apr ’216.1%
Mar ’216%
Feb ’216.2%
Jan ’216.3%
Dec ’206.7%
Nov ’206.7%
Oct ’206.9%
Sep ’207.8%
Aug ’208.4%
Jul ’2010.2%
Jun ’2011.1%
May ’2013.3%
Apr ’2014.8%

And let’s take a peep?

Unemployment per State

StateMarch 2021(P)
rate
Rank
Nebraska2.91
South Dakota2.91
Utah2.91
Vermont2.91
New Hampshire3.05
Idaho3.26
Iowa3.77
Kansas3.77
Alabama3.89
Montana3.89
Wisconsin3.89
Indiana3.912
Minnesota4.213
Missouri4.213
Oklahoma4.213
Arkansas4.416
North Dakota4.416
Georgia4.518
Florida4.719
Ohio4.719
Maine4.821
Kentucky5.022
Tennessee5.022
Michigan5.124
South Carolina5.124
Virginia5.124
North Carolina5.227
Wyoming5.328
Washington5.429
West Virginia5.930
Oregon6.031
Maryland6.232
Mississippi6.333
Colorado6.434
Delaware6.535
Alaska6.636
Arizona6.737
Massachusetts6.838
Texas6.939
Illinois7.140
Rhode Island7.140
Louisiana7.342
Pennsylvania7.342
New Jersey7.744
District of Columbia7.845
Nevada8.146
California8.347
Connecticut8.347
New Mexico8.347
New York8.550
Hawaii9.051
StateMarch 2021(P)
rate
Historical HighHistorical Low
DateRateDateRate
Alabama3.8Jan. 198314.9Mar. 20202.6
Alaska6.6Apr. 202011.8Jan. 20205.0
Arizona6.7Apr. 202014.2Aug. 20073.5
Arkansas4.4Mar. 198310.1May 20193.4
California8.3Apr. 202016.0Nov. 20194.1
Colorado6.4Apr. 202012.1May 20172.4
Connecticut8.3June 202011.4Aug. 20002.0
Delaware6.5Apr. 202013.4May 19882.8
District of Columbia7.8Mar. 198311.3June 19894.7
Florida4.7May 202014.2June 20062.4
Georgia4.5Apr. 202012.5Jan. 20203.3
Hawaii9.0May 202021.9Jan. 20202.0
Idaho3.2Apr. 202011.6Dec. 20192.5
Illinois7.1Apr. 202016.5Jan. 20203.5
Indiana3.9Apr. 202016.9May 19992.8
Iowa3.7Apr. 202011.1Sept. 20182.5
Kansas3.7Apr. 202012.6Oct. 19782.9
Kentucky5.0Apr. 202016.9May 20004.0
Louisiana7.3May 202013.1Nov. 20073.9
Maine4.8Apr. 20209.1June 20192.6
Maryland6.2May 20209.0Dec. 20193.3
Massachusetts6.8Apr. 202016.4Mar. 20202.7
Michigan5.1Apr. 202023.6Feb. 20003.2
Minnesota4.2May 202011.3Mar. 19992.5
Mississippi6.3Apr. 202015.7Aug. 20184.8
Missouri4.2Apr. 202012.5Feb. 20003.0
Montana3.8Apr. 202011.9Feb. 20072.8
Nebraska2.9Apr. 20207.4Feb. 19982.3
Nevada8.1Apr. 202029.5Dec. 20193.6
New Hampshire3.0Apr. 202016.0June 19872.1
New Jersey7.7Apr. 202016.6June 20193.2
New Mexico8.3July 202012.5Sept. 20073.5
New York8.5Apr. 202016.2Dec. 20193.7
North Carolina5.2May 202013.5Mar. 19993.1
North Dakota4.4May 20208.7Jan. 20202.2
Ohio4.7Apr. 202016.4Mar. 20013.8
Oklahoma4.2Apr. 202013.0Dec. 20002.9
Oregon6.0Apr. 202013.2Dec. 20193.3
Pennsylvania7.3Apr. 202016.2Apr. 20004.1
Rhode Island7.1Apr. 202017.4May 19882.7
South Carolina5.1Dec. 200912.1Nov. 20192.4
South Dakota2.9Apr. 20209.2Apr. 20002.4
Tennessee5.0Apr. 202015.8Aug. 20193.3
Texas6.9Apr. 202012.9June 20193.4
Utah2.9Apr. 202010.1Jan. 20202.4
Vermont2.9Apr. 202014.8June 20192.2
Virginia5.1Apr. 202011.3Nov. 20002.1
Washington5.4Apr. 202016.3Dec. 20193.9
West Virginia5.9Mar. 198318.4June 20084.4
Wisconsin3.8Apr. 202014.8Nov. 20183.0
Wyoming5.3Jan. 19879.1May 19792.3