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NY TIMES(3/5): Demand for Foreign Workers Drops in Wake of High-Tech Woes

Tony Alicea
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NY Times:
Demand for Foreign Workers Drops in Wake of High-Tech Woes (3/5)
"WASHINGTON - Last year high-tech companies were urgently pressing Congress to raise the limit on the immigration of foreign skilled workers, warning that without the boost, they would suffer dangerous workforce shortages."
Complete article in:
http://199.97.97.16/contWriter/cndlatest_columns/2001/03/05/cndin/0076-0265-pat_nytimes.html


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What the article leaves out though are the hundreds of thousands of foreigners still in the H1 system for 6 years- while US Citizen programmers have to search for several months now to find new jobs in most cases, and salaries are dropping fast.
 
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