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Old 11-13-2009, 05:16 PM
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Well, I am not blaming boss.. i am blaming immigration system which prevents to get full time job . Majority of us ( as i know ) are working th' consulting company where employers taking their 20-30% and preferred vendors are taking abt 20%.. so at the end the candidate get only half... This is not case for people who are citizen / green card holder.

I do not have any intension to fight or show any frustration but i thought to throw some light on this part as well...

Originally Posted by u.misc View Post
A foreign engineer always think that he's smarter than boss, but most likely he isn't.

Boss (primarily a US Citizen) is not never a total freak since her/she is hired you. Boss might have less of technical expertise because he does not go around sketching Class Diagrams and database models but Boss knows how to apply the technology to the business and make best use of finances. When I was at junior role, I used to think the same i.e. my boss is idiot but when I am in my boss's role now, looking back at decisions he made, he was a genius.

So stop thinking that your American boss somehow dropped into the current position from high school. Your boss worked his way up the ladder just like you are doing now.

Also, I think H1B candidates are not paid any less than US counterparts, in some cases they are compensated above fair market value. If you think that you are very intelligent person and paid less than what you think you are worth, most likely you are doing something wrong. It not your boss top blame. Many people use H1B status as an excuse to hide their incompetence.
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