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Re: Are Tech Jobs Paying Less?
Posted by rdata5 on 2002-10-11 01:10:28
In reply to Keith Regan
Today there are thousands of unemployed IT professionals in each major city in the US midwest, plus more layoffs coming. IT positions that used to command a pretty decent wage ($40k+) are now being filled by 2-year tech school grads who think that 30k seems pretty good. H1B visas flooded the market with (admittedly bright) foreign IT workers during the last seven years making the market even tighter. In short: It's a terrible time for IT job hunting.




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Are Tech Jobs Paying Less?  Keith Regan  2002-10-08 11:15:14
Re: Are Tech Jobs Paying Less?  quickmaster  2003-02-12 16:43:19
Re: Are Tech Jobs Paying Less?  Horseman101  2002-10-17 13:03:06
Re: Are Tech Jobs Paying Less?  mmontagne  2002-10-12 14:03:33
Re: Are Tech Jobs Paying Less?  rdata5  2002-10-11 01:10:28
Re: Are Tech Jobs Paying Less?  alangrus  2002-10-09 15:23:00
Re: Are Tech Jobs Paying Less?  mrvietnam  2003-07-06 19:49:12
Re: Are Tech Jobs Paying Less?  pedroquinonez  2002-10-10 14:23:05
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