Mitt Romney thinks we need more H-1Bs -- do you agree?
jnaze 2 years ago
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney Wednesday released an economic plan that would make it easier for foreign college graduates with advanced degrees in math, science and engineering to work in the U.S. claiming that 1.25 million high skill jobs are unfilled in U.S. What do you think about this?
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