June 24, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 24, 2014 CONTACT Sarah Doolin, Partnership for a New American Economy, Sarah@renewoureconomy.org By 2016, 19.2 Million New Hispanic and Asian Voters Could Join the U.S. Electorate and Impact Election Results in Key States. By 2020, that Number Could Reach 25.6 Million. New York, NY —As 2016 candidates jockey for the minority…

Immigration and Louisville

May 21, 2015

Find out about the contributions of new Americans in Louisville.

Press Release: Twelve Multi-Industry Associations Release Joint Guide to Understanding and Improving the H-1B Visa Program

April 28, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 28, 2015 CONTACTS Kasey Pipes, Compete America, kasey@corleypipes.com Ryan Williams, Partnership for a New American Economy, rwilliams@fp1strategies.com Blair Holmes, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, BHolmes@USChamber.com Washington, D.C. — Compete America, the Partnership for a New American Economy, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, along with nine other multi-industry associations, today released a…

Press Release: New Ad Campaign and New Research Highlight Need for High-Skilled Immigration Reform

April 1, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 1, 2015 CONTACTS Ryan Williams, Partnership for a New American Economy, rwilliams@fp1strategies.com Emily Pochter, FWD.us, emily@fwd.us NEW AD CAMPAIGN AND NEW RESEARCH HIGHLIGHT NEED FOR HIGH-SKILLED IMMIGRATION REFORM New data shows that high-skilled immigrants from 2010 to 2013 alone will create more than 700,000 American jobs Watch the ad here New…

The H-1B Employment Effect

April 1, 2015

The Partnership for a New American Economy’s new research brief, “The H-1B Employment Effect,” shows that high-skilled immigrants create jobs for U.S.-born workers in states across the country. Key findings include: By 2020, 700,000 American jobs will be created by the high-skilled foreign workers awarded H-1B visas between 2010 and 2013. More than 20 states will see…

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