Employers will find Software Engineers, here or elsewhere. If here, taxes and spending stays here. When highly trained professionals are not allowed to stay, they hold a grudge and they take with them (the knowledge and grudge) to wherever they go, which may be countries unfriendly to the USA. They could work on many projects actually destined to harm us in ways other than commercial or trade… Some of the brains working on missile, nuclear and other programs have been trained at MIT, Cal-tech, Georgia-tech and others. They would not take the jobs of our citizens, we are not producing enough engineer graduates. To stay on the lead, we need fresh talent and plentiful. When we are competing for them, poaching from others and raising their rates so dramatically, we are not just slowing our pace of innovation but hurting our ability to compete globally with increased costs to produce locally. The job will get done. Here or elsewhere is up to us.
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