> Kick the H1B workers out, and your tech sector crumbles.
It does not fucking crumble. People say there are no CS resources in the US, but that's not true at all. The truth is the university system in the US is complete shit and it turns out whiny fucking babies en mass. A few good apples are in there who actually care about their education, but generally you get better for cheaper overseas, where life is still based on merit. On top of this people overseas will often accept less pay based on their local expectations, whether that's in the UK or India. (In the former, people accept ~50% the wage of the same person in the US for the same role, are willing to pay more income tax, and go through more rigorous education to boot. None of this 1 year English lit, poetry, foreign language shit. If you want to be an accountant it's 3.5 years of fucking accountancy classes. The way it should be.) Still, there's more than enough resources to fill roles right now in tech -- people just 'in-source" and abuse the hell out of low wage people who can speak English and are willing to move locally so the corporations can avoid taxes. If you think Apple sitting on 250B in the bank is an H1-B problem, you're fucking retarded.