3 Million and Counting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, May 29, 2009 Under: Employment
Employers in the US appear to be more interested in the health and aid of other countries, rather than to repair it's own.  What is the benefit to a successful business located in the United States if jobs are sent offshore to other countries or to hire immigramts in the US under the H-1B visa program to work?

The fact is that those hired in other countries or visa programs still must be trained for the job and become somewhat competent at handling task. The question remains as to what skills or qualifications those persons under the H-1B visa program or those located in other countries provide to employers located in the US for jobs that they are hired for.

The United States has an education system that graduates perspective employees from many diciplines, to eventually pursue employment in the US job market. What is the favorable reason for such neglect of skill and qualification that ultimately prevents employers from not hiring within it's own country?

The truth is that America has made a transition from the pie to the sandwich. In which the pie represented various job sectors that were available; and the sandwich is now what American's have come to terms with now that layoffs, downsizing,and relocation have become common. The US has also downsized it's approach to basic survival by offering a majority of jobs in healthcare and education.  It is with such limitation, that America has put itself to no longer offer choice of work; with interest to other areas because it has largely decreased employee population and began to generate employment overseas.

If America can educate it's citizens,it can also therefore train them for jobs to perform tasks even if they do not pay them "corner office" salary. The overall solution by doing this is to continue America by investing within. Once you remove the investment in people out of America you "brown bag" the future.  Is this something that corporate America desires to achieve?

Would America want it's children educated in the US, and subsequently due to the scarsity of jobs after graduation these young adults become either unemployed resulting from a lack of opportunity, or must take a job out of the country and may live there because the economy has little opportunity for them in the US? The problem in America is not people without skill or ability to learn. America has just found a way to replace these people inexpensively. There is no need to go outside the US to do this, as the same thing can be done utilizing citizens who are eager to work in the US.

If America continues to outbid itself by providing jobs overseas or to immigrants with low wages, America will have the biggest task in decreasing the cost of living because it will prove to be too expensive to live here. This will mean everything from food, shelter, utilities, clothes, transportation, education and health will be greatly affected and will have to be subsidized in order for Americans to survive; as this would contribute in maintaining the cost of living. Where America looks to save a few dollars, who will pay for the tab of subsidy most citizens of this country will need to live here? The US will also  have increased it's deficit. What country or citizen in or outside the US will be paying the tax for all of this? With all factors considered what money is the US really saving?

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3 Million and Counting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, May 29, 2009 Under: Employment
Employers in the US appear to be more interested in the health and aid of other countries, rather than to repair it's own.  What is the benefit to a successful business located in the United States if jobs are sent offshore to other countries or to hire immigramts in the US under the H-1B visa program to work?

The fact is that those hired in other countries or visa programs still must be trained for the job and become somewhat competent at handling task. The question remains as to what skills or qualifications those persons under the H-1B visa program or those located in other countries provide to employers located in the US for jobs that they are hired for.

The United States has an education system that graduates perspective employees from many diciplines, to eventually pursue employment in the US job market. What is the favorable reason for such neglect of skill and qualification that ultimately prevents employers from not hiring within it's own country?

The truth is that America has made a transition from the pie to the sandwich. In which the pie represented various job sectors that were available; and the sandwich is now what American's have come to terms with now that layoffs, downsizing,and relocation have become common. The US has also downsized it's approach to basic survival by offering a majority of jobs in healthcare and education.  It is with such limitation, that America has put itself to no longer offer choice of work; with interest to other areas because it has largely decreased employee population and began to generate employment overseas.

If America can educate it's citizens,it can also therefore train them for jobs to perform tasks even if they do not pay them "corner office" salary. The overall solution by doing this is to continue America by investing within. Once you remove the investment in people out of America you "brown bag" the future.  Is this something that corporate America desires to achieve?

Would America want it's children educated in the US, and subsequently due to the scarsity of jobs after graduation these young adults become either unemployed resulting from a lack of opportunity, or must take a job out of the country and may live there because the economy has little opportunity for them in the US? The problem in America is not people without skill or ability to learn. America has just found a way to replace these people inexpensively. There is no need to go outside the US to do this, as the same thing can be done utilizing citizens who are eager to work in the US.

If America continues to outbid itself by providing jobs overseas or to immigrants with low wages, America will have the biggest task in decreasing the cost of living because it will prove to be too expensive to live here. This will mean everything from food, shelter, utilities, clothes, transportation, education and health will be greatly affected and will have to be subsidized in order for Americans to survive; as this would contribute in maintaining the cost of living. Where America looks to save a few dollars, who will pay for the tab of subsidy most citizens of this country will need to live here? The US will also  have increased it's deficit. What country or citizen in or outside the US will be paying the tax for all of this? With all factors considered what money is the US really saving?

In : Employment 



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3 Million and Counting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, May 29, 2009 Under: Employment
Employers in the US appear to be more interested in the health and aid of other countries, rather than to repair it's own.  What is the benefit to a successful business located in the United States if jobs are sent offshore to other countries or to hire immigramts in the US under the H-1B visa program to work?

The fact is that those hired in other countries or visa programs still must be trained for the job and become somewhat competent at handling task. The question remains as to what skills or qualifications those persons under the H-1B visa program or those located in other countries provide to employers located in the US for jobs that they are hired for.

The United States has an education system that graduates perspective employees from many diciplines, to eventually pursue employment in the US job market. What is the favorable reason for such neglect of skill and qualification that ultimately prevents employers from not hiring within it's own country?

The truth is that America has made a transition from the pie to the sandwich. In which the pie represented various job sectors that were available; and the sandwich is now what American's have come to terms with now that layoffs, downsizing,and relocation have become common. The US has also downsized it's approach to basic survival by offering a majority of jobs in healthcare and education.  It is with such limitation, that America has put itself to no longer offer choice of work; with interest to other areas because it has largely decreased employee population and began to generate employment overseas.

If America can educate it's citizens,it can also therefore train them for jobs to perform tasks even if they do not pay them "corner office" salary. The overall solution by doing this is to continue America by investing within. Once you remove the investment in people out of America you "brown bag" the future.  Is this something that corporate America desires to achieve?

Would America want it's children educated in the US, and subsequently due to the scarsity of jobs after graduation these young adults become either unemployed resulting from a lack of opportunity, or must take a job out of the country and may live there because the economy has little opportunity for them in the US? The problem in America is not people without skill or ability to learn. America has just found a way to replace these people inexpensively. There is no need to go outside the US to do this, as the same thing can be done utilizing citizens who are eager to work in the US.

If America continues to outbid itself by providing jobs overseas or to immigrants with low wages, America will have the biggest task in decreasing the cost of living because it will prove to be too expensive to live here. This will mean everything from food, shelter, utilities, clothes, transportation, education and health will be greatly affected and will have to be subsidized in order for Americans to survive; as this would contribute in maintaining the cost of living. Where America looks to save a few dollars, who will pay for the tab of subsidy most citizens of this country will need to live here? The US will also  have increased it's deficit. What country or citizen in or outside the US will be paying the tax for all of this? With all factors considered what money is the US really saving?

In : Employment 



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3 Million and Counting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, May 29, 2009 Under: Employment
Employers in the US appear to be more interested in the health and aid of other countries, rather than to repair it's own.  What is the benefit to a successful business located in the United States if jobs are sent offshore to other countries or to hire immigramts in the US under the H-1B visa program to work?

The fact is that those hired in other countries or visa programs still must be trained for the job and become somewhat competent at handling task. The question remains as to what skills or qualifications those persons under the H-1B visa program or those located in other countries provide to employers located in the US for jobs that they are hired for.

The United States has an education system that graduates perspective employees from many diciplines, to eventually pursue employment in the US job market. What is the favorable reason for such neglect of skill and qualification that ultimately prevents employers from not hiring within it's own country?

The truth is that America has made a transition from the pie to the sandwich. In which the pie represented various job sectors that were available; and the sandwich is now what American's have come to terms with now that layoffs, downsizing,and relocation have become common. The US has also downsized it's approach to basic survival by offering a majority of jobs in healthcare and education.  It is with such limitation, that America has put itself to no longer offer choice of work; with interest to other areas because it has largely decreased employee population and began to generate employment overseas.

If America can educate it's citizens,it can also therefore train them for jobs to perform tasks even if they do not pay them "corner office" salary. The overall solution by doing this is to continue America by investing within. Once you remove the investment in people out of America you "brown bag" the future.  Is this something that corporate America desires to achieve?

Would America want it's children educated in the US, and subsequently due to the scarsity of jobs after graduation these young adults become either unemployed resulting from a lack of opportunity, or must take a job out of the country and may live there because the economy has little opportunity for them in the US? The problem in America is not people without skill or ability to learn. America has just found a way to replace these people inexpensively. There is no need to go outside the US to do this, as the same thing can be done utilizing citizens who are eager to work in the US.

If America continues to outbid itself by providing jobs overseas or to immigrants with low wages, America will have the biggest task in decreasing the cost of living because it will prove to be too expensive to live here. This will mean everything from food, shelter, utilities, clothes, transportation, education and health will be greatly affected and will have to be subsidized in order for Americans to survive; as this would contribute in maintaining the cost of living. Where America looks to save a few dollars, who will pay for the tab of subsidy most citizens of this country will need to live here? The US will also  have increased it's deficit. What country or citizen in or outside the US will be paying the tax for all of this? With all factors considered what money is the US really saving?

In : Employment 



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3 Million and Counting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Friday, May 29, 2009 Under: Employment
Employers in the US appear to be more interested in the health and aid of other countries, rather than to repair it's own.  What is the benefit to a successful business located in the United States if jobs are sent offshore to other countries or to hire immigramts in the US under the H-1B visa program to work?

The fact is that those hired in other countries or visa programs still must be trained for the job and become somewhat competent at handling task. The question remains as to what skills or qualifications those persons under the H-1B visa program or those located in other countries provide to employers located in the US for jobs that they are hired for.

The United States has an education system that graduates perspective employees from many diciplines, to eventually pursue employment in the US job market. What is the favorable reason for such neglect of skill and qualification that ultimately prevents employers from not hiring within it's own country?

The truth is that America has made a transition from the pie to the sandwich. In which the pie represented various job sectors that were available; and the sandwich is now what American's have come to terms with now that layoffs, downsizing,and relocation have become common. The US has also downsized it's approach to basic survival by offering a majority of jobs in healthcare and education.  It is with such limitation, that America has put itself to no longer offer choice of work; with interest to other areas because it has largely decreased employee population and began to generate employment overseas.

If America can educate it's citizens,it can also therefore train them for jobs to perform tasks even if they do not pay them "corner office" salary. The overall solution by doing this is to continue America by investing within. Once you remove the investment in people out of America you "brown bag" the future.  Is this something that corporate America desires to achieve?

Would America want it's children educated in the US, and subsequently due to the scarsity of jobs after graduation these young adults become either unemployed resulting from a lack of opportunity, or must take a job out of the country and may live there because the economy has little opportunity for them in the US? The problem in America is not people without skill or ability to learn. America has just found a way to replace these people inexpensively. There is no need to go outside the US to do this, as the same thing can be done utilizing citizens who are eager to work in the US.

If America continues to outbid itself by providing jobs overseas or to immigrants with low wages, America will have the biggest task in decreasing the cost of living because it will prove to be too expensive to live here. This will mean everything from food, shelter, utilities, clothes, transportation, education and health will be greatly affected and will have to be subsidized in order for Americans to survive; as this would contribute in maintaining the cost of living. Where America looks to save a few dollars, who will pay for the tab of subsidy most citizens of this country will need to live here? The US will also  have increased it's deficit. What country or citizen in or outside the US will be paying the tax for all of this? With all factors considered what money is the US really saving?

In : Employment 



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