Kevin Lynn is the founder of Doctors without Jobs and U.S. Tech Workers. Contact him at klynn@pfirdc.org.

Continuing High Unemployment Should Keep us Focused on Jobs for Americans, Including our Doctors

July unemployment came in at 10.2 percent last month, still above the 10 percent high in the 2007-2009 recession. Now more than ever, post-pandemic and social unrest, every effort should be made to create and keep jobs for Americans across all professions to ensure that our country rights itself. That...
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Kevin Lynn Interviewed on Why Doctors in the U.S. Don’t Have Jobs in the Middle of a Shortage

On April 6, Kevin Lynn, Founder of Doctors without Jobs, talked with Rick Fowler of the Saturday Morning Update in Washington, D.C., about building awareness for Doctors without Jobs.  
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Prioritizing Hiring American Doctors Should be the Standard

Outsourcing U.S. jobs to foreign markets followed by replacing local workers with foreign laborers has been the reality of the U.S. labor market for almost two decades. Manufacturing was the start of outsourcing, and then employers moved on to back-room corporate operations such as credit card processing and call centers...
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One Doctor’s Quest for Residency

Dr. Doug Medina One Doctor’s Quest for Residency Many assume that a U.S. medical school graduate will have a rewarding future practicing as a doctor. But for Dr. Doug Medina, a 2011 Georgetown University School of Medicine graduate with a doctorate in allopathic medicine, the outcome was starkly different. Dr....
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Cuban, Other International Doctors Coming to the U.S. – More American Citizen Doctors Are Not Allowed to Practice

I was catching up on reading a stack of newspapers that had piled up while pondering what to write for this week’s blog when the answer leapt out at me from the front page of the Sunday local Lancaster, Pennsylvania, newspaper. Front and center was an article about more than...
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