The future of all workers in the United States is exceedingly dim. Either you become a contractor or a temp, no matter what the job might be.
This is something most immigrants realize soon after getting here, no matter where they’re from. For them, the American Dream turns from being one of gaining full citizenship, to one of getting enough money to buy oneself a business back in the country of origin.
In the race to undo the gains earned by the union movements of the past two centuries, this country certainly tries to be Number 1.