Thursday, August 19, 2010

US 'reverse brain drain' to India now in full swing

    Jobs and educated people, who once worked in the United States, are returning to their own countries.
If the jobs, the rich, and the skilled are gone, who will be left to support those who remain in the United States.

Nidhi Agarwal and her husband Dipak Singhal were both information technology professionals in California until the end of June.
They had been yearning to go back to their India - their home country - for over a year after having worked in the state's Silicon Valley for four years.
For Vinay it was more a professional call. He says India now throws up exciting opportunities.
"Earlier the US was the land of opportunities, but now India is," he says, somewhat romantically.

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