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Oh, I disrupted your littel community. <sob, sob>

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Hey, this is a matter of life for the American worker. I don't give a damn
if you are discomfited by my opinion. I am not trying to persuade YOU, I
only seek to inform the VAST majority of American workers who are not aware
of the reason for why they are finding it exceedintly difficult to find a
job as a programmer, while this GOVERNMENT, declares a shortage and actively
seeks workers overseas to take the jobs of Americans.
--
Daniel Heneghan
Ceara Systems
(212) 696-9208
ce***@bway.net
Nov 21 '05 #1
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difficult? wow, I was offered 12 jobs in the past year alone in development
work in C++ / ASM Embedded systems IN THE USA... I must be seeing something
different then others... cause I haven't really noticed a job shortage where
I am at all... the only thing I have a problem with is the goverment PAYING
american companies to send their development jobs overseas... which doesn't
make too much sense at all, you'd think they'd want to keep them here. btw,
a lot of the worlds top programmers are not from America, they bring idea's
and insight into areas that are not commonly looked into. Just look at Sun
Microsystems or Microsoft, over 40% of their development work is from people
of foreign decent that migrated over here just to work for them.
"DANIEL HENEGHAN" <dp********@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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Hey, this is a matter of life for the American worker. I don't give a damn
if you are discomfited by my opinion. I am not trying to persuade YOU, I
only seek to inform the VAST majority of American workers who are not
aware
of the reason for why they are finding it exceedintly difficult to find a
job as a programmer, while this GOVERNMENT, declares a shortage and
actively
seeks workers overseas to take the jobs of Americans.
--
Daniel Heneghan
Ceara Systems
(212) 696-9208
ce***@bway.net

Nov 21 '05 #2

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