Whoooos... aha, I see what you did there.
Does it compensate for age? Sector?
You want to pit equally skilled American workers with their foreign counterparts, and give the American some advantage.
If all the sectors and ages are judged on equal ground, then all the visas will go to the older, overpaid "SAP consultants", and there will be zero chance for entry level jobs to be given to a foreigner, even if he is a star programmer that will prove to be the next Linus Torvalds.
oh they already pay for it, 20% increase in tax on Mexican goods.
May I know how can a Mexican pay for the tax? I have a few Mexican friends who are very eager to find out. Do they have to cross the border to buy stuffs in America? Is there any other way for them to do so, because they're kinda lazy.
Oh... you mean "pay for it", as in "I'll make you guy pay for this, just you wait" kind of "pay for it". I see, my bad.
Any irrelevant ideological barrow could have been pushed from those numbers just by excluding all those people in China.
eg. So it appears that places where people eat bread instead of rice are less corrupt. Who would have thought?
Time for fun-with-spurious-correlations yet?
I am with the devil Google. Oooo, so scary. Goooogggllleeeee. I am here to take your soooooul....
Your link points to a workshop whether experimental mathematicians discuss how to better achieve reproducibility in their work.
It's not like someone has done a study on their work and debunked most of them. If you ask me, they are VERY FAR AHEAD.
Nonsense. They are mathematically trivial problems.
It's just that there are too many variables, and many of them cannot be measured. Hence, there's a lot of space for bullshit.
No, I do not admit my skills are "bullshit", though the skills required of current "Big Data" stuffs are.
The fight is on?
Yes, and if America can produce enough data scientists, you don't have to H1B-hire SAP "consultants" (shoot me please for saying that) from India.
It's a win(Americans)-lose(SAP(German company))-lose(Indian consultants) situation.
Actually, don't worry so much about the ego thing. I teach data science, and I am fairly candid about the "b******t" thing. Many other people I know who does "Big Data" knows and admits it's "b******t", too.
As for the skills part... hmmm, you want to pick a fight with me?
This hoverboard is full of ills?
Exactly. "Transformers" will become public domain as soon as the remake of "Transformers XVI" hits cinemas.
1. People who like Google are not called fanbois. They are called "Defenders of Earth".
2. Apple fans are called fanbois.
3. On the other hand, Microsoft supporters are called Microsofties.
The princess is not wearing anything!
But it does move! -- Galileo Galilei