How will Trump fix the problem of foreigners with H-1B visas taking American jobs?

All over the country, from the University of California, San Francisco to Disneyland in Orlando, thousands of Americans are losing their jobs. And in this case, we’re not talking about the so-called “coal people” who Bill Clinton disdained in West Virginia, or the appliance and auto workers being outsourced in the Rust Belt, or the factory workers of the vanishing “furniture belt” in North Carolina and Southern Virginia (although the loss of these jobs is just as devastating to those workers and their families).

This particular stream of joblessness is hitting systems engineers and other IT career specialists, right at the heart of modern technology.

When Trump met last week with the Hot Shots of Silicon Valley, one of the biggest questions on the mind of everyone present was probably the issue of H-1B visas. Continue reading How will Trump fix the problem of foreigners with H-1B visas taking American jobs?

Carrier Stays: What 1,000 jobs saved will mean

So there are at least 1,000 people ecstatic about Carrier’s reversal of its plans to close an Indiana plant and move 1,400 jobs to Mexico. That’s 1,000 more Americans who won’t have to: Continue reading Carrier Stays: What 1,000 jobs saved will mean