Most Americans Optimistic about Finding Quality Jobs in the USA

Americans of all ages, education, and income groups are more positive about the U.S. job market now than before President Trump was elected. The percentage of Americans with a positive view about jobs in the USA is now at 67%, which is the highest in 17 years of Gallup polling. Since the election, the rate has grown 25 percentage points. When Barack Obama was president, the rate started at 13 percent, but was in the middle of the Great Recession of 2007-2009. Even though the rate almost quadrupled during his two terms as president, it never even reached 50%. With the confidence level of Americans at an all-time high, now is the time to consider relocating to the United States for a job opportunity. USAFIS can walk you through the steps for applying for the Green Card Lottery.

Members of the Republican Party have stronger confidence than anyone else about the US job market. Leading up to the 2016 election, only 27 percent thought it was a good time to find a quality job, and now the percentage is at 82%. The optimism has only fallen slightly among Democrats, due to the U.S. low unemployment rate. During the Trump presidency, the percentage of Americans that think it is a good time to find a quality job has never been below 50% and has been higher than 60% in eight of the past nine months. If you are looking for a quality job, immigrating to America may be the right move for you and your family. The team of experts at USAFIS will answer any questions you have about the U.S. immigration process.