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Most Read KB Articles Since 3/28/2008

American I.T. Workforce Group

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Kim Berry
1. Does the U.S. still need H-1B programmers? With the current over abundance of native workers, it might be time to cut back or even abolish H-1B visas.
3/20/2003, and updated 6/28/2008

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Ramesh R
2. Sharpening your skills - A short story Here is a short story about a woodcutter and his job. From this job, we have lot of learnings that implies to our career and sharpening our skills. Such examples in life are very important for shaping our career. Enjoy the short story.
Posted to KB Topic: American I.T. workforce
11/12/2008, and updated 6/8/2010

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Wes Peterson
3. Off-shoring: You CAN fight back!

Are you fed up with calling a company and finding yourself speaking to somebody in a foreign country? 

I am, and I've just learned of an effective way to fight back, help return jobs to America, and keep them here.

The best part? We don't have to wait for government to do a thing.

Posted to KB Topic: Off Shoring
5/7/2009

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Kim Berry
4. Kim Berry's Letter to the Editor Kim Berry was published today in the Letters to the Editor section of the Sacramento Bee.
Posted to KB Topic: Off Shoring
2/21/2006, and updated 2/14/2020

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Kim Berry
5. BusinessWeek: A Mainframe-Size Visa Loophole More companies are using L-1 visas to bring in low-wage foreign info-tech workers -- and replace Americans
Posted to KB Topic: Off Shoring
3/31/2003, and updated 4/7/2019

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Kim Berry
6. Will Sep 29 'Black Monday' stem the call for more H-1b programmers? On Sep 29 stocks overall dropped by 10%. Some, like Apple, dropped by close to 20%. ComputerWorld asked how the current financial crisis might sway Congress on the H-1b issue.
10/1/2008

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Kim Berry
7. DOL fails to protect U.S. workers The DOL does not require employers to first attempt to fill positions with U.S. workers prior to hiring nonimmigrants.
3/31/2003, and updated 4/7/2019

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Mike Prestwood
8. Employer Must Have an LCA If you are on a H-1B Visa, and you are moving to a new work location in a different state, make sure your new employer has got an LCA for you, to work in the new location.
Posted to KB Topic: American I.T. workforce
6/30/2007

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Kim Berry
9. H-1B visa displaces 500,000 U.S. tech workers The H-1b and L-1 worker visa programs are flooding the U.S. job market and displacing hundreds of thousands of U.S. workers.
3/31/2003, and updated 4/7/2019

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Mike Prestwood
10. Specialty Occupation Requires the theoretical and practical application of a body of specialized knowledge and a bachelor's degree or the equivalent in the specific specialty (e.g., sciences, medicine and health care, education, biotechnology, and business specialties, etc). Current laws limit the number of foreign workers who may be issued a visa or otherwise be provided H-1B status to 65,000.
1/31/2008

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American I.T. Workforce Group

  KB Article  

Mike Prestwood
1. Education & Work Experience I have a a 2 year associates degree and 1 year of work experience as a Programmer. Do I qualify for the H-1B visa?
Posted to KB Topic: American I.T. workforce
6/30/2007

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Kim Berry
2. H-1B visa displaces 500,000 U.S. tech workers The H-1b and L-1 worker visa programs are flooding the U.S. job market and displacing hundreds of thousands of U.S. workers.
3/31/2003, and updated 4/7/2019

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Ramesh R
3. Sharpening your skills - A short story Here is a short story about a woodcutter and his job. From this job, we have lot of learnings that implies to our career and sharpening our skills. Such examples in life are very important for shaping our career. Enjoy the short story.
Posted to KB Topic: American I.T. workforce
11/12/2008, and updated 6/8/2010

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Wes Peterson
4. Off-shoring: You CAN fight back!

Are you fed up with calling a company and finding yourself speaking to somebody in a foreign country? 

I am, and I've just learned of an effective way to fight back, help return jobs to America, and keep them here.

The best part? We don't have to wait for government to do a thing.

Posted to KB Topic: Off Shoring
5/7/2009

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Mike Prestwood
5. American-based Anti Adware

Which anti-adware/anti-malware products are made by American-based companies?

Posted to KB Topic: American-Based Companies
7/29/2009

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Kim Berry
6. (H-1b) Alternative to Bill Gates' Suggested Increase Programmers Guild Proposes Alternative to the H-1b Lottery
Posted to KB Topic: American I.T. workforce
3/31/2008, and updated 3/31/2008

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Kim Berry
7. Does the U.S. still need H-1B programmers? With the current over abundance of native workers, it might be time to cut back or even abolish H-1B visas.
3/20/2003, and updated 6/28/2008

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Kim Berry
8. Kim Berry's Letter to the Editor Kim Berry was published today in the Letters to the Editor section of the Sacramento Bee.
Posted to KB Topic: Off Shoring
2/21/2006, and updated 2/14/2020

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11783
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Kim Berry
9. DOL fails to protect U.S. workers The DOL does not require employers to first attempt to fill positions with U.S. workers prior to hiring nonimmigrants.
3/31/2003, and updated 4/7/2019

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10011
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Kim Berry
10. BusinessWeek: A Mainframe-Size Visa Loophole More companies are using L-1 visas to bring in low-wage foreign info-tech workers -- and replace Americans
Posted to KB Topic: Off Shoring
3/31/2003, and updated 4/7/2019

Blog
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11078
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