As the Trump administration continues to work to clean up our immigration situation, it seems to be having an interesting impact on the labor workforce. As illegal immigrant workers get the boot or flee our country, companies need to fill their positions.
A new report by MarketWatch reveals how the tightened labor market is securing construction jobs and opportunities for women who would otherwise have been passed on in favor of cheaper foreign laborers.
There are several demographics, not just immigrant men, that home builders will have to start tapping as a labor source. Alison Charley is the face of another: women. [Emphasis added]
Rob Dietz, the economist for the industry association, agrees. “I particularly challenge remodelers and builders to recruit more women,” he said. “I think that will occur as the industry capitalizes.”
While the liberal media might attempt to make you believe that the Trump administration is at war with women, that couldn’t be farther from the truth.
President Trump has repeatedly placed women in high ranking positions within his Administration, and within his businesses before becoming President. As his presidency continues President Trump really is proving to be a true advocate for women.