U.S. Immigration laws require that the wage offered to a foreign worker(H-1B, H-2B, E-3, etc) must be the prevailing wage rate for the occupational classification in the area of employment. The employers can obtain this wage rate by submitting a request to the National Prevailing Wage Center (NPWC).
The wage database is different from other visa databases on myvisajobs.com. It includes all prevailing wage determinations issued from the OFLC iCERT Visa Portal System since January 20, 2010. Every record includes employer name, job title, work location, education requirement, experience requirement, industry, occupation, visa class, minimum wage and lots of other information.
“Both the H1B Visa program and labor certification process are highly controversial, especially when the unemployment rate is still high. Keeping the data public and the process transparent are critical for protecting the interests of American workers and foreign workers,” explains David Zhang, operation manager of myvisajobs.com.
Myvisajobs.com was founded by immigrants on Sep 2006 as an information portal and job board for U.S. employers and foreign workers. Today, it has become the largest and most trusted employment web site for immigrants seeking employment opportunities in the United States. Myvisajobs.com publishes the details of all labor condition applications and labor certifications quarterly, and releases H1B Visa and Employment Green Card statistics annually. U.S. employers can also post jobs and search candidates on myvisajobs.com. The company’s major services include annual and quarterly Reports for H1B Visas and Green Cards, Customized H1B Visa Solutions, Visa Sponsor Profiles, Resume Services and Smart Apply for job applicants.