76% of high-performance employees say trade mastery, not money, most important in career decisions.
William Belk

Maybe they are motivated with working with people who can communicate complex ideas that resonate instead of particpating in an “English as a second language class” or expecting to be the teacher of that class when they had real important things to do besides educate immigrants.

The opportunity costs (and losses) of hiring immigrants instead of native english speakers is staggering into the billions of dollars.

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