Infosys, the software giant from India — which incidentally is the largest exporter of IT workforce to the U.S. — will be creating 10,000 jobs in America for Americans over the next two years.
This comes on the back of President Trump’s crackdown on H-1B visas that is restricting tech companies to hire from abroad. Infosys will also be opening four technology centers in the country, starting with one this August in Indiana, Reuters reports.
SEE ALSO: Trump’s H-1B Visa Bill spooks India’s IT companies
India hogs close to 70 percent of all H-1B visas issued annually. Infosys this year has applied for 1,000 of them. And that is a substantial decrease from last year’s 6,500. Read more…
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