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Turns out, an education in Tech can be a curse rather than benefit

Monday, October 31, 2016 16:03
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Turns out, an education in Tech can be a curse rather than benefit.

Patriot at the end of his rope, help needed.

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Subjects: fundraiser, navy, veteran, H-1b, volunteer

Laid off in 2003, Virgil is damned if he does and damned if he doesn’t. He lives in (“get a job”) Harper Texas, but because he has Tech skills, nobody will hire him for entry level positions and Tech jobs only go to H-1B temporary foreign workers (in April) and new graduates get the left overs in June.

Virgil hasn’t been idle, he has dedicated his time to exposing the foreign labor problem on his websites (KeepAmericaAtWork.com) and being a Navy veteran, he is also an active volunteer in HeadwatersForHeroes.com, the local veteran’s charity. His realtor’s license is on inactive status for lack of funds to renew.

We need at least 63 people who can chip in $10.00 to keep him on his land, living out of his car, which is apparently not running. He is optimistic about a WalMart gig, which should keep him on his property and fighting the foreign labor incursion.

Can we get him over this hump intact?

Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/vbierschwale

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