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kfield
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kfield   7/26/2013 3:12:57 PM
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I agree with you Peter. The real factor is that there is a shortage of workers available at the salaries companies want to pay, with the possible exception of analog where there is such a limited number of people in the field.

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Re: The Bogus High-Tech Worker Shortage
Peter Clarke   7/25/2013 6:48:57 AM
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The key indicator of a worker shortage would be lengthening lists of advertized jobs with increased salaries.

I saw that happen in the late 1990s boom.

I don't remember seeing it this millenium.

 

 

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The Bogus High-Tech Worker Shortage
Wnderer   7/24/2013 9:15:36 PM
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There is an article on the PBS newshour about the high tech worker shortage and H-1B visas.

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/businessdesk/2013/07/the-bogus-high-tech-worker-sho.html

 



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