Well, here's a job I came across today on CareerBuilder.com. $11.00 an hour (not a livable wage for me) as a general office clerk and has a requirement to be bilingual in Spanish! Excuse me but what country do I live in again?
James Fulford writes: A requirement for bilingualism usually means a requirement to hire a foreigner. When they need a bilingual payroll clerk, it frequently means that all the other jobs are being held by immigrants, too.As Peter Brimelow has pointed out
"A simple fix would be to ban discrimination based on language facility other than English–exactly as was done in Quebec for French."