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H-1B jobs: Where is the shortage of skilled workers?

H-1B job quotas are being talked about again, but do we really need to look outside our borders for workers at this point? Are H-1B workers better educated, better workers, or are they just cheaper to pay?

133,000 H-1B visa applications submitted in two days was the cover story of this week's Information Week
Full article >>> t one-third of its 46,000 U.S.-based employees have work visas or are legal permanent residents with green cards, said Ginny Terzano, a spokeswoman for the company.


"We are trying to work with Congress to get the cap increased," Terzano said. "Our real preference here is that there not be a cap at all."

Compete America, a coalition that includes Microsoft, chip make......

Full article >>> nd high school children in terms of their lack of discipline in math and sciences. The U.S. will continue to get their heads handed to them due to our laziness in the education systems. Our main support structure, the parents of these children need to start demanding excellence from their kids. How competitive the U.S. is in the future is not a function of the threshold of H-1B visas. This is an a......

Full article >>> m to learn Mandarin. Just in case.


The education programs in this country are way off kilter but that could fill a whole book. When you have administrators focused on politically correctness instead of global competitiveness, it's time to make radical changes.

H-1B process is easy, but not for American workers

Everything in finding and streamlining the H-1B jo......

Full article >>> se car and he swears he will never buy a Motorola product again. Is he and thousands of others still bitter about Motorola's slashing jobs strategy?

Funny how the backlash of not buying a former employer's products or services after a bitter layoff is never factored in when looking at slumping sales. How many former Motorola employees go out of their way to buy Samsung. LG and Nokia cell ......

Full article >>> nology.com/article.php?id=3780">James Carlini: State video franchises vs. universal service: Grasping the total picture

James Carlini: Getting beyond the vortex of corporate mediocrity

Call centers and customer service: The good, the bad, and the clueless
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Source:wistechnology.com By James Carlini 04/11/07


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