Fences and Fees on the Border? Not Likely

Good news for international travelers and shippers: the U.S. won't be introducing border crossing fees at land ports of entry.

The U.S. Senate's judiciary committee voted on Thursday to amend the Immigration Reform Bill, banning a fee that the Department of Homeland Security had wanted the U.S. Congress to authorize. The fee would have been collected from everyone entering the U.S. at land crossings bordering Canada and Mexico.

Need a Job? Try the Supply Chain.


8.6 percent of the USA’s workforce works in the supply chain-- and as those 11 million people grow the industry, experts predict an additional million employees will be needed by 2030.


As we know, the common inevitability in the workforce is that the baby boomers are aging, the number of workers aged 55 or older will increase by 43 percent between 2008 and 2018.

Smart companies can begin their search now for new, young talent ahead of when the majority of boomers retire.


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