White board animation for White House- Why Immigration Reform is Good
Although this video was published back in 2013, it is still a good watch and a good example of how white board or video animations or video scribing can explain content in an engaging way. You must have heard lots of talk about fixing the United States’s broken immigration system, and may be you are wonder how immigration reforms affect American jobs and the economy. Well, the Congressional Budget Office which is an independent, nonpartisan group of number crunchers that both Democrats and Republicans trust to estimate the cost of any law that is proposed had a look or a small discussion on this topic. It was finally found that fixing the nation’s broken immigration system would be a big boost or motivation for the nation’s economy.
As the Whiteboard animation explanation video shows, the experts also say that the Senate’s bipartisan immigration reform bill would not only help in economic growth, but also help to create jobs and to cut the deficit. As the Whiteboard animation explanation video depicts, they estimate that if the immigration reform were passed in this year, it could help in boosting the nation’s gross or annual domestic products (GDP) higher by a percentage of 5 or about 1.4 trillion dollars in 2033. Let us have a look at how the experts have figured out this calculation.
It is a known fact that America attracts only the best and brightest from all over the world, from the new business owners to the highly talented and skilled and also hardworking immigrants to graduate degree seeking students. But, the immigration broken system which is on currently prevents them and their ideas often from staying in the United States of America. The Immigration reform will make it much easier for the business owners to come over to America and start their own business which in turn creates good job offers for American workers. The reform will make it easy for highly talented immigrants and for students who have graduated from US colleges and universities to work in America, developing the new technologies and innovative processes which can make our economy more productive and competitive.
This, in turn can increase the income rate of businesses and companies who invest in USA and this leads to more investment in the future. Now, this is where it appears little wonky. As the Whiteboard animation explanation video shows, with all the skilled workers, business owners along with increased productivity and US investment, the GDP will increase by 3.3% by 2023 and 5.4% by 2033 which is roughly 700 billion dollars in 2023 and 1.4 trillion dollars in 2033. This is indeed a lot for which we must be thankful to the reform system.
There are still other benefits to be known. The reform will also boost the demand for goods and services, which in turn leads to more labour demand which means more jobs for American workers. Fixing or reforming the immigration system will also lead to the employers who pay their employees under the table will have to follow the same set of rules like others and will pay the same taxes which means all come under the same group.
The tax amount that both workers and employees pay will in turn reduce the deficit of the nation (the different between what the nations spend and receives) by nearly 850 billion dollars in 20 years. With the facts, the economic case is strong and all category people agree on this. The good news is that both Democrats and the Republic came together to pass the bill. But unless, Obama pass this bill into law, we cannot see the reduction and the economic growth the bill promises.
Voice over script for White board animation for White House- Why Immigration Reform is Good
You have probably heard lots of talk about fixing our nation’s broken immigration system over the past few months and may be you are wondering how immigration reform will affect American jobs and our economy. Well, the Congressional Budget Office – an independent, nonpartisan group of number crunchers that both democrats and republicans trust to estimate the cost of any proposed law – looked into it. And they found that fixing America’s broken immigration system would be a pretty big boost for the economy. These experts say that the Senate’s bipartisan immigration reform bill would grow the economy, create jobs and cut the deficit. In fact, they estimate that if immigration reform were passed this year, it could help boost our nation’s gross domestic product, or GDP, by more than 5%, or $1.4 trillion, in 2033. Let’s take a look at how they get to a number like that. Our country already attracts the best and brightest from around the world, from budding entrepreneurs to highly skilled and other hardworking immigrants, to student seeking graduate degrees. But the current broken system often prevents them and their ideas from staying in the U.S. Immigration reform will make it easier for entrepreneurs to come here and start businesses, creating good jobs for American workers, Reform will make it easier for highly skilled immigrants and those educated in U.S. colleges and universities to work right here in America, developing the new technologies and innovative processes that make our economy more productive and more competitive. And a highly skilled workforce and a more productive economy increase the rate of return for businesses and companies who invest in the United State of America and that leads to more investment in the future. Now, here’s where it gets a little wonky. Taken together, more entrepreneurs and skilled workers, plus higher productivity, plus increased investment in the U.S., would increase real GDP by 3.3 % by 2023 and 5.4% by 2033 – a real increase of roughly $700 billion in our economy in 2023 and $1.4 trillion in 2033. That’s a lot, all thanks to reforming our broken immigration system. There are other benefits to immigration reform. Immigration reform will boost demand for goods and services, which in turn, means more demand for labor, and that means more jobs for American workers. Fixing our immigration system would also mean that everyone, especially those employers who are paying their employees under the table, will play by the same set of rules and pay the same taxes, that everybody else pays. The amount of money these workers and employers will pay in taxes will reduce our deficit- the difference between what the government receives and what it spends- by nearly $850 billion over the next two decades. So the facts are clear. The economic case for immigration reform is strong, and folks all across the ideological spectrum and all over the country- Democrats and Republicans, Labor unions and business leaders, economists of all stripes- agree. The good news is, Democrats and Republicans came together in the Senate to pass an immigration reform bill. But now it’s time for the House to act so President Obama can sign the bill into law. Only then we will see the deficit reduction, the innovation, and the economic growth that immigration reform promises. If you have found this video helpful, please share it far and wide with your friends.Thanks for watching.