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Re: Why aren't our STEM graduates hired?
Reverse Engineer   3/23/2014 9:04:17 PM
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Norman Matloff of UC Davis has amply documented how companies have been abusing H1-B for years to lower salaries, with the side effect of discouraging native workers ("internal brain drain").  And he has repeatedly refuted the bogus shortage shouting of technical workers, particularly in computer science.

http://heather.cs.ucdavis.edu/h1b.html

The Fortune 500 company I work for uses huge numbers of H1-Bs, while I saw many tech coworkers laid off from a previous company struggle to find work, even at lower pay.  Well before H1-Bs became prevalent, the tech job market was simply too competitive, and wages too pitiful, for there to have ever been the kind of talent shortages claimed, at least outside silicon valley.

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Jason Cove   10/31/2013 9:39:58 AM
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That's maybe because they are paid higher and most firms prefer to be practical as the economy is not really doing good. - Aldo Disorbo

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