Week of April 18th, 2022
Study and work fields can be very different; College applications 101 for parents; 74% of H-1B's selected were Indians; H-1B registrations hit a record high; Internships offered by Amazon and Google
Most U.S. College Grads Don’t Work In The Field They Studied, Survey Finds
A quarter of grads over the age of 25 make less than $35,000 a year, with many close to the poverty level.
What Parents Of College Applicants Need To Know
Parents: Some significant factors, including standardized tests, have changed since you were your student's age.
Indians Bagged 300,000 H-1B Visas In FY 2021, 74% Of Total
USCIS gets 483,927 H-1B registrations for FY 2023; Selected registrants have to file visa applications by June 30.
Labor Squeeze, Online System Fuel Record H-1B Visa Registrations
A tight U.S. job market and low-cost online registration have contributed to an unprecedented number of registrations for high-skilled H-1B visas, immigration lawyers say.
Amazon - 2022 Data Science Intern
Amazon is looking for motivated data scientists with excellent leadership skills, and the ability to develop, automate, and run analytical models of their systems.
Google - Research Interns and Student Researchers (2022)
Google is hiring several interns and researchers across all academic levels.