Indian techies hit by recession in US
18 Nov 2008, 2333 hrs IST, IANS
One fine morning, two weeks after he moved with bag and baggage to
"It is very difficult, these days. There are no jobs available," Saurabh said, requesting that his name and the name of the company not be disclosed. So did others interviewed for this report.
Luckily enough, he has a permanent residency visa, which is more popularly known as the Green Card, because of which he can stay in this country and search for a new job. But many of his colleagues do not even have that luxury. They are getting ready to go back home as they can't live in this country on an H-1B visa if they don't have a job.
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Arun Manglick || Senior Tech Lead