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IBM To Invest $6 Billion In India

"IBM currently employs 43,000 workers in India, up from 23,000 just one year ago. At the same time, the Armonk, N.Y.-based company has been quietly trimming payrolls in the U.S., w...

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Jobs Update: The Death of US Engineering!

"Engineering curriculums are demanding. The rewards to the effort are being squeezed out by jobs offshoring and work visas. If the current policy continues of substituting foreign ...

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Indian H-1Bs Calling For A National Sick-In!

"The protest is being coordinated by Rajiv Dabhadkar, founder of the "National Organisation for Software and Technology Professionals" (NOSTOP). Rajiv claims that NOSTOPS is a US b...

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6/5/06 - The Fox is Guarding The Hen House!

Our Petition, signed by 154 workers/activists to Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao, is posted on this web page dated May 6, 2003. It requested a suspension on issuing LCA's for H-1B V...

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Cap on H-1B Visas For 2007 Already Met!

The government has already reached the limit on high-tech worker visas for 2007 even though the fiscal year doesn't start until Oct. 1, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service...

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U.S. IT Workers: Look Out

There has been a 25 percent year-over-year increase in outsourcing plus an 18 percent year-over-year increase in the use of contracting in the IT industry, according to recent figu...

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High-Tech Companies Laud Senate Immigration Bill

The key provision sought by technology companies was an expanded high-tech visa program. The controversial Senate immigration bill includes a provision raising the cap on H-1B visa...

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IBM Is Ranked Top Global Outsourcing Company!

“To some, IBM maybe a surprise leader since they are principally known as a technology innovator. Similarly firms like Sodexho and Aramark, who play substantial roles in outsourci...

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S2611 Will Destroy America As We Know It!

The bill would essentially open the borders to high-skilled workers, as well as low-skilled workers. By increasing the annual cap of 65,000 to 115,000, automatically increasing the...

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John Kenneth Galbraith: A Great American

Today the greed of CEOs and short-term shareholders is destroying the American middle class. Why pay an American to do a job that can be outsourced to a foreigner for far less cost...

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