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Are U.S. Tech Jobs in Jeopardy?

Unfortunately, yes! Advancements in technology continue at an accelerated pace, but the challenge now is to leverage new developments into new tech jobs for workers here in the United States. We need to rethink Americas value add in the technology equation. We need to identify what investments should be made to build the proper infrastructure to create the environment that fosters new jobs for U.......

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Technology investments in many companies are still not being fully utilized, and yet there are constant pressures to keep upgrading on a never-ending path! What should technology companies do to attract new customers and create new jobs? There is a need to simplify technology products while saving customers money. With corporate spending on informatio......

Full article >>> industry will actually shrink. In a recent interview he said the following: My industry will never come back. Nor should it. Computer systems are still too expensive. They're too labor intensive. Comments like this might seem unusual coming from the CEO of a successful technology company, but its important to hear opinions that differ from the norm, and not fall victim to complacency of the statu......

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Source:wistechnology.com By William I. Dollar 10/01/03


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