Uncle Sam's booby prize
College seniors graduating with degrees in the agricultural sciences will be competing with foreign students for a selection of available jobs. Employees who hire foreign students in any one of the fields, on the list below, will receive a 7.65 percent bonus. The article, Ag school seniors: Uncle Sam sends a booby prize for graduation discusses these bonuses in more detail, and includes commentary from from the Center for Immigration Studies' Executive Director, Mark Krikorian. To read the entire article, visit our magazine archive and select the June issue of California Fresh Fruit.
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