Re: Episode IV: A New Hope
didn't mean to be callous, and i certainly didn't mean to offend you.
I very nearly was outsourced 2 years ago. I'm fortunate that i work for a community college, and our board was so outraged at the notion, our president was forced to resign.
2000, and the couple of years following the .com crash were tough for a lot of IT people. But things are looking better.
However they have yet to outsource Nursing to India. which brings me back to the point. How much should someone that stocks soap make? how much of their life choice is the responsibility of the corporation? Yes, bad stuff happens to people with degrees. And while you know two guys stocking with Masters degrees, I'd be willing to bet they don't comprise 2% of the workforce.
Moral of this story to me is: If you don't want a life of hard work for low wages and no benefits, stay in school.
It boggles my mind that there can be an opposing view on this.
"don't end up with a grandson with a dog collar."