Will US policy towards China cause a brain drain in high-tech industries?

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As the international relations are under great strain, is the U.S. abandoning all of this, and following a close-the-door policy? How will immigrants,expats,and interational students be treated? Where will the U.S. head to?

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  • Lisa A
    Lv 7
    3 weeks ago

    If we close the door to Chinese engineers, which we are not doing, we would head to employment for American engineers, with student loans to pay, and families to feed.

  • Foofa
    Lv 7
    3 weeks ago

    Anything the US loses in clamping down on the Chinese students and professionals (the CCP extorts into spying) can be made up by admitting more from India and the rest of the world. 

  • 3 weeks ago

    NO. First, there are actually enough Americans available for almost all jobs. US companies need to be hiring more Americans, and no OPT, No H1-b. 2 - Technological changes mean a lot of the work can be done remotely. IF & WHEN there is a genuine need for a foreign worker, they can probably do the job from their home in their own country. 

    Students have always only been admitted IF their education program requires them to attend classes in-person, on-campus. With the growing trend to online schooling, many foreign students can save a bundle of money by staying home & doing online schooling.

  • 3 weeks ago

    Obviously, by cracking down so aggressively, we’re pushing those high-tech talents into China’s arms.

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