Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Study: There Is No Shortage of U.S. Engineers

Deborah Perelman writes on eWeek:

A commonly heard defense in the arguments that surround U.S. companies that offshore high-tech and engineering jobs is that the U.S. math and science education system is not producing a sufficient number of engineers to fill a corporation's needs.

However, a new study from Duke University calls this argument bunk, stating that there is no shortage of engineers in the United States, and that offshoring is all about cost savings.

More here.


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