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H-1B Reform Could Make Tech Jobs More Competitive for American Workers

Indian software developer and entrepreneur Nischal Shetty at his office in Mumbai, India, in this file photo. India’s massive technology outsourcing industry employs millions of people. (PUNIT PARANJPE/AFP/Getty Images)
Indian software developer and entrepreneur Nischal Shetty at his office in Mumbai, India, in this file photo. India’s massive technology outsourcing industry employs millions of people. (PUNIT PARANJPE/AFP/Getty Images)

Uncertainty is rippling through the business world with the release of President Donald Trump’s recent executive order on the H-1B visa program that mainly targets...




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