Keep The World At Work

A hard time finding work?

Are you finding it hard to find work to provide for your family in your country?

There is a game called Musical Countries that is being played by our World's Government Agencies and the Businesses in each country.

I call it musical countries because it shifts jobs from high paying countries to low paying countries and then, when the people of the country that the jobs were moved to begin to make too much money, the game is played once again as the jobs are sent to another low wage country.

I first became aware of it in 2007 when I could no longer find steady work as a software developer in America.

The jobs were still there, but I couldn't get hired no matter what I did.

Over time I began to read stories of the workers in Jordan who were going through what I was going through.

It seemed that workers were being imported from Pakistan to take their jobs.

Now that I understand what is happening, I wanted to share this information with you.

A one-two process.


Step 1 is to send a countries high paying jobs to low paying countries.
Step 2 is to import non-immigrant guest workers on visas like the H-1B that is being used in America to take the remaining high paying jobs.

Every Country needs MORE Jobs as their population grows.


To put it in perspective, as the population in your country grows, you need more jobs for the citizens of your country so that they can provide for their families.

And as your country sends these jobs to other countries, this decreases the jobs available to the citizens of your country.

And as your country imports non-immigrant guest workers to take the remaining high paying jobs, this decreases the jobs available to the citizens of your country.

Which leaves the older citizens in your country in a position where they cannot provide for their families.

And the younger kids unable to find work as they have not yet established their skills.

Are the citizens of your country not the reason that your country exists?

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