Immigration to USA

Green Cards for Engineers

There is a dire need for Engineers in the United States

Arce Immigration Law is here to help you find the best opportunity to work and reside here.
www.bls.gov/careeroutlook/2018/article/engineers.htm

 The U.S engineering industry predicts that by 2028, a continued shortage will mean a potential loss of $454 billion in economic output. The need to tackle this challenge is contingent upon the arrival of foreign talent. The engineering and manufacturing industries are battling with historically low unemployment rates in combination with the industry’s significant contribution to economic expansion. The result is the tightest labor market in recent history.

A SHRM report suggests that almost 27% of workers in the manufacturing/engineering sector will retire within the next decade. Baby Boomers – and even some older members of Generation X – are leaving, taking their knowledge and skills with them. Not only are many companies lacking sufficient succession planning and knowledge transfer strategies, but there simply isn’t enough talent to fill the gap.

Engineers are highly significant to our daily lives, from making sure we have working electricity to assuring our buildings are built safely. Our lives depend on engineers and the more talent we have, the better our infrastructure and society will be.

The median annual wage for engineers in the United States ranges from $80,000 – $200,000.

Thus, if you want to help pave the way for you and your family to live in a country filled with opportunity, take home a salary that you deserve, and receive great benefits, we are here to help you!

Contact ARCE IMMIGRATION LAW, P.A. Now!

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