Supply Of Mexican Workers Will Dry Up, Consul Says
Mexican workers leaving the United States in response to heightened immigration enforcement will be missed in the coming decades as millions of baby boomers retire, a Mexican consul said Aug. 7 at Thunderbird School of Global Management."The departure of Mexican workers isn't necessarily good news for the American economy," said Carlos Flores Vizcarra, the Mexican consul general in Phoenix. "Within 30 years, nearly 77 million Americans will retire. So the question is who will take the place of those folks who are retiring?"