So I take it you are for lifting the present ceiling on H1-B visas. What are 10 skill sets that are missing in the present workforce...I'm not sure there's an abundance of cloud and big data analsyts/architects overseas, either.
You might want to respond to Denis Edwards' comment about companies looking for holy grail - perfect employees. How much responsibility do U.S. companies bear for training the employees they want. I don't believe opening the H1-B floodgates fixes the problem. How many U.S. STEM workers will have a long search in front of them after they graduate?
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Welcome to the ECF, Joanna. Good points all. How do you feel about raising the limits on the H1-B visas? As an educator, I would guess you believe more in growing domestic talent to close the skills gap. I did a video blog on H1-Bs and CIO Question author Gary Beach is an expert on them.
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