What Intel has to say for the U.S. workforce

Answering to the news that “the United States is about to cut the number of employment visas it offers to highly qualified foreign workers from 195,000 to 65,000, Patrick Duffy, attorney in the human resources department at Intel Corp., said,

“We expect that we will continue to sponsor H-1B employees in the future for the simple reason that we cannot find enough U.S. workers with the advanced education, skills, and expertise we need,” he said.”

How about more investment in public education?

I am very impressed with Microsoft’s commitment to fund a High School here in Philly.