Under federal rules, employers like TCS, Infosys and Wipro that have large numbers of H-1B workers in the United States are required to declare that they will not displace American workers. But the companies are exempt from that requirement if the H-1B workers are paid at least $60,000 a year. H-1B workers at outsourcing firms often receive wages at or slightly above $60,000, below what skilled American technology professionals tend to earn, so those firms can offer services to American companies at a lower cost, undercutting American workers.
Thank you! Because No Way would we ever be able to use metric measurements in Arizona. Just because they're special. Probably the most metric thing in the state is the London Bridge.
Point well made!
Yet magic and hierarchy arise from the same source, and this source has a null pointer.