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is it really difficult to get a job in da US?

i'm not US citizen. i'm doing BSc Software Engineering in the uk but let make it clear that i'm not UK citizen as well...i've been here on study visa...now and then i see posting in newspaper articles saying Software engineer required in da US but when i go to any job site like monster,cybercoder etc i don't get it...then y da heck they say it when they can't keep to wat they say..... i knw americans should be their top priority but every country isn't self sufficient so is there any slight chance....my background is also agnst me such as my citizenship...as i knw that they(americans and the rest of da world) look upon as ......... i dont want to say but what is yer opinion abt my story... @FOOFA.....whats wrong with my wording?? i dont see anything wrong. if you can see then u'd have written

Asked By: - 3/29/2013
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There are basically NINE ways that you can get a visa to live and work in the US... More
Answered By: Frank - 3/29/2013
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A lot of companies are reluctant to hire due to the uncertainty of the political situation in Washington DC and doubts about how much the new health care scheme will cost them. This are two reasons the US unemployment rate is so high. Software engineers are usually in demand in the US when the economy is sound so you... More
Answered By: Foofa - 3/29/2013
 
I don't think it's more difficult to get a job in the US than it is in the UK, especially in the field of software engineering. But you can't get a job in the US is because you are not authorized to work in the United States, so nobody can hire you even if they wanted to... More
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Answered By: Brother_Hesekiel - 3/29/2013
 
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