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Even then, if they live in an area that has a good market it isn't a problem. I live in Columbus Ohio, not really because I love it here (It's okay, not great but it's okay) but because the IT job market (and really most job markets in the city) are very strong.Its unusual that these sort of shenanigans leave a good IT person in a real bind unless they happen during a recession/depression.
Those aren't really IT. I mean...they are...but they aren't.All I can say is that every time I get an IT person in a technical support area on the phone and I can't understand half of what they say, I just tell them I want to speak to an 'American who actually speaks English'. Tough chit if they're offended.
Theres a lot of competition in non-technical IT. I'd say its much harder than technical IT to be continuously employed in. But, again, if you're good you'll always do fine.Bad boys.. Bad boys...
Seriously? I got my MBA so I'll be the one managing the IT workers (foreign or domestic).