When you have a passport and a job, you don’t have to worry about travelling the world
When you’ve got a passport, you can travel the globe, but if you need to take a job to earn a living, you’re out of luck.
The United States is the only country in the world that doesn’t require passports to travel, according to the OECD.
“There is no passport requirement for employment in the United States,” said Chris O’Donnell, the OECD’s chief economist.
“You can travel anywhere in the country and earn whatever you want, as long as you have at least one job.”
The OECD says the US is the most important place to visit in the developed world for economic growth, as well as for tourism, because of its huge size.
It says its most recent research found that the US was the world’s largest destination for tourists and was home to the second-most foreign visitors to the US.
But the OECD says it has found that many Americans lack the financial means to travel abroad, and there are concerns that the government could make it harder to access visas for foreigners who have been unemployed for too long.
And there are growing numbers of Americans who say they will not return to the United State because they have become disillusioned with their job market, said O’Brien.
“People are seeing the U.S. economy as a zero-sum game, where if you have one job and one passport, then you can stay in the US for free,” he said.
“And if you don�t have a job or you�re unemployed, you�ll end up in a very bad place in your career.”
The number of unemployed Americans has grown to nearly 50 million in the last year, the report says.
The OECD found that over half of those unemployed Americans have been in the workforce for less than a year.
The U.N. refugee agency says the United Nations is “deeply concerned” about the increasing number of Americans without a job and the growing number of people unable to travel.