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Consulting firm settles H-1B discrimination case

5/2/2008 11:00 PM EDT
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re: Consulting firm settles H-1B discrimination case
nanonical   11/26/2008 12:19:38 AM
Any U.S. citizen in engineering or other professions can tell you it's just the tip of the iceberg. I've been an engineer for over 20 yrs and founders and sr mgmt in Silicon Vly startups & established co's have told me the reason they have so many h-1b is not U.S. citizen availability, but cost. Engineering staff at Cisco in San Jose is at least 70% h-1b; I worked there for 1 yr. Congress and other no-thinkers are just dumb as box of rocks, or actively involved in the fraud. Just like Wall St. leveraged our stupidity, they do the same with our labor and our sovereignty, but most people are too silly to care. Game over.

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