Sunday, April 09, 2006

I Told Ya So!

A few posts back, I discussed offshoring, and I mentioned that one of the big things standing in the way of American companies when they try to hire in India is the relative volume of applicants. Browsing Google's gmail feeds I found this article, which details the problem confronting Inidan hiring - the sheer volume of people they have to process in the short times. It also notes that there is an impending skills shortage there. All this is good news for teh American IT/software market - as offshore talent gets scarce, their salaries rise, and it becomes less effective to move the jobs away.

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