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  • 400 Million People Can’t Be Wrong

    In today’s  excerpt – the United States has recently developed a key strategic advantage versus most other countries in the world: the U.S. population is growing, especially in the key working age groups, while a significant number of other large countries have declining populations and have a comparatively higher percent of their population in the… Read More »

    Jun 30, 2011
  • Tokyo finally grasps the migration nettle

    WHEN it comes to immigration reform, the Japanese government seems, for once, to have heeded the wisdom in the political adage, never waste a good crisis. Japan’s Yomiuri Shimbun has revealed the government will introduce a points-based skilled migration program by the end of the year. It’s a reform that’s been considered for a long… Read More »

    Jun 28, 2011
  • India saves 30,000 American jobs

    India will save jobs of nearly 30,000 American workers and throw a lifeline for a Boeing aircraft plant in the US after it committed to buy 10 US transport planes in the largest ever defence deal with Washington. New Delhi committed in a $ 4.1 billion deal early this month to buy 10 Boeing’s C-17… Read More »

    Jun 28, 2011
  • Germany to open doors for skilled workers from non-EU countries

    BERLIN: Faced with a shortage of highly qualified specialists and skilled workers in many hi-tech fields, Germany has eased the restrictions on migration of some professional groups from non-EU countries that had made it more difficult for them to find work in the country. It is for the first time, since the regulations on the… Read More »

    Jun 28, 2011
  • B-1 visa holders in demand on job portals

    Companies make specific job pitches to software personnel despite employment policy hurdles in the US New Delhi: If offers on job portals such as naukri are an indication, then it is evident that companies are making specific job pitches to software personnel holding B-1 visas. They require employees who already have B-1 visas to travel… Read More »

    Jun 25, 2011
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