It may not be a good time to be a techie in America. Correction: It may not be a good time to be a non-American in Trump’s America.
“Skilled foreign workers who come to work in the US by the route of H1-B visas don’t just directly supplement the US IT industry with specialized skillsets, they also contribute indirectly to other industries in the US,” says Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO, Greyhound Research.
“Often H1-B workers bring their families along and thereby bring additional business for other industries like real estate, banking, hospitality to name a few. The effects of this announcement will impact the GDP and the overall business economy and growth of US,” he adds.
To read the detailed research note on this topic by Greyhound Research, click here.