In the article I have mentioned about the need for U.S. companies to hire more people with technical skills, let me now add that to the list of tech jobs abroad that are available in India Vanhack Blog. Today there are thousands of technical graduates from foreign universities in India working for American and European companies. Of these thousands of people, a very important segment – around 10% of them are actually capable of doing the job given a genuine opportunity. If we talk only of technical graduates with advanced degrees, then the numbers would rise even higher. Companies like Apple, Microsoft, Cisco, P&G, Visa, GE, McDonald’s, Wal-mart, etc have offices/centers in India.
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What does it mean for an American living in India or any other foreign country to do a good technical job if there is no chance of seeing his family back home? There are many situations where you can’t see your family, but this doesn’t mean that you have no one to support you financially when you need it. You can’t imagine staying in an obscure corner of a developing nation like India without proper financial support. The reality is that there are many US citizens who work overseas right now doing IT jobs abroad. Many of them end up taking paid surveys as well.
It is true that not everyone who do foreign internships gets hired by a U.S. company, but I think this is a very small loss when you consider the number of jobs that get outsourced abroad. Software development jobs, for instance, is one sector which is growing at a reported 10% annual rate in India. In India, many multinational companies outsource this job to India for their high-end IT professionals. And the result is that when you do a survey of senior programmers from various companies, most of them say that they prefer to do their job in India because the quality of the programmers is much better there. There is no doubt that American companies are losing a lot of money in outsourcing jobs, but the result is far more rewarding in the long run.