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Post subject: H1B Visas Posted: Mon May 09, 2005 12:49 am
From CEO of Actel...
aren't US youth studying science ?
"The U.S. has installed a cap of 65,000 people. That cap was
met this March for the entire year," he says."Many young people graduating today from universities with science
degrees are foreign nationals. They are unable to work at an American company without that visa," he adds.
"Companies are unable to apply for additional visas until October of this year. That means the entire hiring
season for new college grads, from March through summer, has been complicated. We are unable to hire many of the
interesting new college grads coming out this year."
Why are so many of the engineering grads foreign
nationals? "I wish to heaven I knew," says Robertson. "This country must figure out ways to motivate more American
students to enter engineering schools to develop the people we need, because these issues cannot stop our