Eugen Tarnow June 25 2015 09:30:38 AMOf all publications, the New York Review of Books just covered the now 15 year pickle US citizen IT workers find ourselves in. The article is very good - see http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/2015/jul/09/frenzy-about-high-tech-talent/ .
Among the quotes:
"A 2014 study by the National Science Board found that of 19.5 million holders of degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, only 5.4 million were working in those fields, and a good question is what they do instead. The Center for Economic Policy and Research, tracing graduates from 2010 through 2014, discovered that 28 percent of engineers and 38 percent of computer sciencetists were either unemployed or holding jobs that did not need their training"
"Only four of the top ten companies receiving United States patents last year were United States companies."
Most media only cover the corporate myth of not enough talent. Once every few years they get the story right.
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