I guess the Americans who work for free have figured out the solution to
From: Midrange-NonTech [mailto:midrange-nontech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Steve Landess
Sent: Friday, June 20, 2014 8:14 AM
Subject: Re: Computerworld's a little late to the party
Test from Professor Matloff:
Quickly! What are the two MOST IMPORTANT reasons the
tech industry loves the H-1B program so much?
If you answered "cheap labor," you only receive partial credit. Yes,
it's true in general, but the BIG savings accrue from using H-1B to
avoid hiring older (35+) Americans.
If you did not also answer "immobile labor, tied to the employer," then
sorry, you don't get a passing grade. (I know you've been working hard in
this class, but you've been missing the major points.)
Today's post, though, will concentrate on the age issue, prompted by the
article in Fortune, "Tech Industry Job Ads: Older Workers Need
Not Apply," by Verne Kopytoff. June 19:
"Paul Nelson" wrote in message
All those years spent endorsing this practice, and they're just now figuring
"The American flags have since been removed from the cubicle walls."