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H-1B pay drags down all salaries

6/19/2006 01:00 PM EDT
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Mxv
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re: H-1B pay drags down all salaries
Mxv   2/6/2012 11:50:42 PM
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There's no shortage of engineers. Just a shortage of cheap engineers. We don't need H1Bs or Green Card holders. When salaries re-adjust to their correct levels, students will be attracted to the field filling any shortage.

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tb1   2/6/2012 5:21:57 PM
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I've harped on this before, but if there are a shortage of engineers, why not revamp the green card program to make it easier permanently bring in engineers? What do we need H-1B for? Why not encourage a 'brain gain' into the US, rather than a 'brain drain' out of the US? A temporary visa taps the so call 'global sources of information', then trains them in US knowledge and methods, then ships them back out of the country so they can form competing companies. I use a revamped green card program as a listhmus test for executives. If they push H-1B over an improved green card program, then you know all their talk about a shortage of engineers is a BS cover for their real agenda.

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