Foreign STEM Graduates Are Being Shut Out of the U.S. Job Market

Foreign STEM Graduates Are Being Shut Out of the U.S. Job Market

It was shaping up to be a big spring for Rugved Kore. He was finishing up a master’s degree in engineering that had brought him from the suburbs of Mumbai to Pennsylvania, and two companies had just offered him postgraduation positions that would make him eligible for a visa program for graduates of U.S. universities in technical fields. “It was almost too good to be true,” Kore says. “Getting the job offers felt like a dream because we just don’t have these opportunities in India.” Read more on Bloomberg

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