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Why our software engineers are eager to get a job visa in US when we have lot of oppertunity in India.

Asked by Abraham Itty, 30 Jun '07 06:39 am
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U and me may be maximum people in our country r from villages ,after study all com to cities for what,in the sasme way s/w engineers after exploring few yrs in india also like to go to us for more knowledge, money and ofcouse all like to improve in his/her own carreer,,,hav u under stood..
Answered by satya mahapatra, 28 Mar '08 05:39 pm

 
  
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we don't have a work culture in india. and there's a lot of bureaucratic push-pull that goes on even in private cos. if a software pro starts in a lowly job because he doesn't have choices, then he's treated as a second-rate i.t. tech. he has to eat his way thru the corporate ladder to come out at the top.

in the u.s., everyone gets his or her due share of work and contribution. and they get the results / effects / rewards without any labor bias. surely if a floor cleaner gets as much respect as a corporate ceo, then you can't deny that that's called dignity of labor.

of course, with foreign investments on the rise, we do have opportunities in india, but we didn't have this much say ten years back. that's why you could see many migrations to foreign countries. but now when there are a plethora of opportunities, the high-level push-pull disease has afflicted the indian corporate scenario.
Answered by Balaji Iyengar, 30 Jun '07 06:56 am

 
  
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It is mainly because of the Hugh (Hugh) difference in Renumeration. Some people may say it is due to "dignity of labour", etc. But in US or in any other developed countries, we (Indians) are treated as Second Grade Citizens only. With the change in culture, life style, etc, every moment an Indian feels he is on an alien land and can't enjoy his life. On the other hand, he can enjoy his life more in India with less renumeration. Hope, many of our friends would agree with me.
Answered by S M PUTTABUDDHI, 30 Jun '07 07:14 am

 
  
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They are very well aware that they have no future/stability/security in INDIA
Answered by sandy, 30 Jun '07 06:45 am

 
  
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