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You don't actually believe this do you? This
is pure posturing by the H1B lobby.
Was this estimate arrived at before or after the bubble burst?! I've got to admit that the H1B lobby idea sounds like a more reasonable explanation than anything else I can think of.Posted by Kimberley Burchett at
http://www.epinet.org/content.cfm/webfeatures_snapshots_archive_03122003Posted by ben at
Dave writes for the second time on the topic of the software economy, and posits that users aren't willing to pay for software. The initial feedback from the community seems to indicate that we are willing to pay for software. I for one agree....Excerpt from Randy Holloway's Blog at
Another country heard from:
,----[ http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2003/06/02/BU270141.DTL ]
| Cost cutting and improved technology have led more and more
| U.S. companies to send skilled work like computer programming
| overseas. Forrester Research estimates that 3.3 million service-sector
| jobs will have left the United States by 2015.
Bureau of Labor Statistics: Computer software engineers are projected to be the fastest growing occupation over the 2000-10 period. [Sam Ruby] [Larry O'Brien]...Excerpt from Alan Kleymeyer's Radio Weblog at