Jan 21, 2020

Ten Cities Where Foreign Companies Create the Most Jobs - 24/7 Wall St.

Source: ThinkstockFor decades, the United States has been a centerpiece of the global economy. Even in the aftermath of the Great Recession, foreign businesses have looked to the U.S. for investment opportunities and talent. According to a recent study from the Brookings Institution, 5% of American employees, or more than 5.6 million people, worked for […]

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