The Census Bureau released new data showing the pandemic worsened a years-old trend, now resulting in the lowest immigration rate in decades.
A crisis in the workforce: Too few workers, too many open positions and fragile supply chains left behind.
"Health care workers, worn out and burnt out. People who work in factories have worn out the people working at grocery stores. I want out, but they didn't take a break," said Immigration Policy Analyst Ashish Prashar. "Immigration would help supply shortages. Immigration would help solve inflation."
The evidence is in the numbers.