This seems inconsistent with so many people wanting to migrate to the US

Washington Post:
Is it great to be a worker in the U.S.? Not compared with the rest of the developed world.

A new report finds that America’s unemployed and at-risk workers get very little support from the government, and their employed peers are set back by a weak collective-bargaining system.
This may have been true during the Obama administration, but Trump has turned things around for US workers.  The strong economy is leading to fewer unemployed and wage growth replacing the stagnation of the Obama years.  While his trade policies may be scary to some, his end goal is to make the rest of the world open to US goods and services.  It is ultimately about breaking down barriers to US commerce.

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