FW: [nycbug-talk] MSNBC on the decline of technology jobs
g at bin-arts.com
Mon Jun 20 16:13:45 EDT 2005
> people come to new jobs they see all the horrible code and they
> can only tolerate that for say a year then they leave and that
> keeps a lot of jobs open all the time and creates the impression
> of market dominance...
True. In times of high turnover, quality suffers.
There's also the other side of the coin - what about the people who are
responsible for the lack of quality? A lot of mediocre people tried to jump
onto the "gravy train" when technologists were being paid more. They need
to be weeded out, and that's a big part of what has been happening in the
technology workforce since Y2K. The sad truth is that good and talented
people have suffered as well as the charlatans.
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