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Subject: To Sharon
  Regarding your last question.

Good Question.

That may occur to anybody, anywhere.

Upto now I don´t see any such sign. Whatever the real estte market slump or Auto industry or Iraq war deficit say, there isn´t any alarming significant sign observed in the job market. I observed the worse US job market in the early 2000s. Looks like that days are too far yet. Even I feel safe myself at that condition. If it get worse than the 2000? Really I don´t know at this moment. Very recently I purchased our 1st home.

If that severe blow occurs that will give more jolt to Canada.

Yes, if for any reason I´ve to immigrate aganin I´ll move to Australia. Infact, just as a test I appled to 5 top Aussie companies 2 years back. 3 of them responded positively, one even offered to consider bearing the immigration cost if I feel interest and it works out finally.

[29-01-2008,16:07]
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Departed_Canadian
(in reply to: To Sharon)
I think the worst is yet to come. Reports suggest 2000 was a walk in the park.

Yes, Canada gets a cold when it´s neighbour has the flu - no doubt about it. Ontario will feel this US flu much more so that BC and Alberta simply because we are far more Asia dependent and commodity focused rather than manufacturing.

Does not look like the US can avoid this slow down. Any non government analyists I am hearing are saying the US is already in recession contrary to what Mr Bush has to say.

Your temporary status (correct?) must make things a little nerve wracking.


[29-01-2008,16:48]
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Sharon
(in reply to: To Sharon)
Recession is looming, no doubt. Extent? I don´t know. May be partly dependent on the election.

Yes, my temp status will be very critical if something like 1930 comes. If the extent is like 2000 I don´t care at all. At that bad time incidentally most of us got out of the US schools and entered into the job market. No one found much difficulty. At 2001 only 2 lost their jobs, 1 went to Canada another one managed another job.

Still now my profession is very demanding, it´ll take few years to get the situation upside down. Our projects aren´t just for few days or months. Each project takes few years to finish. Little advantage for me is our office is worldwide and nationwide, sitting in FL we can support the other states, Canada even the middle east which is our major client. Recently we are geeting some good projects in Canada.

In my personal circle I´ve at least few hundred professional contacts directy/indirectly. So far didn´t hear any news of layof becauuse of no work.

[29-01-2008,17:07]
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Departed_Canadian
(in reply to: To Sharon)
The idiot was elected twice (full 8 years). If we have to swallow his first election time, under any excuse, what about his second time??!!! If he was elected for the second time and after the war crimes on Iraq, that means the majority of Americans are "look alike" (as their democratically elected President). So the majority should bear the consequence.
There are almost one million Iraqis who have lost their lives since the inavasion of Iraq. Iraq was one of the most beautiful countries in the region with rich resources. The people who have voted for an idiot twice=means they are as agressor as their idiot. It means they deserve more than a simple recession. I know there are genuine honest and pure Americans but they have no voice because AIPAC is always there to shut them up.
So in conclusion: a country who have destroyed another conutry (Iraq) and who have paid and observed the swallowing of Palestine for past 50 years deserve an irreversible recession. Ameen, Ameen, ameen

[29-01-2008,17:07]
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SutarB
(in reply to: To Sharon)
:)

In my view, one weakness of the Americans is they aren´t politically aware at all (simlar trend I also observed for the Canadians too w.r.to India/Pk/Bd). They care very less who is going to be elected. For majority more important thing is how someone speaks, how hilarious he is rather than his agendas.

Though for this time, Mr. Bush can be convicted very naturally, though it doesn´t mean that without him the recession wouldn´t happen. It is a natural cycle of economy.

[29-01-2008,17:16]
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Departed_Canadian
(in reply to: To Sharon)
I was born in the war zone. I had never felt hatred or agression towards any human of any race or culture till recent few years. Now I feel, with reality and travelling experience, I have changed. My change of heart is totally justified. So again the nation who have the gut to destroy others and live on their resources deserve the inevitable punishment. I pray that in my life, I can see the irreversible recession in US and also the scattering and division of US as it happens to the former USSR. They have to taste from what they have been giving to others. Ameen.
[29-01-2008,17:56]
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SutarB
(in reply to: To Sharon)
I am not an expert for sure ... though I´d like to say that it would be rather surprising, DC if you lose your job and have to relocate again because of the economy.

Tons of people get their green card through their job and they are just fine after waiting a long time. Did you say you were engineer ? it is a big demand.

I don´t think you would have to go to Australia. Seems unlikely for an external point of view.

[29-01-2008,17:58]
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CBV333
(in reply to: To Sharon)
He CBV,

Good to hear such words. Sharon asked that question and hence I replied. I´m not worried at all yet. I´m probably more worried right now whether I would be involved in any collission tonight on the way back to home:).

SutarB,

US has depression in their history many times, 1930 was the worse one. It is more like a economical cycle.

[29-01-2008,18:19]
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Departed_Canadian
(in reply to: To Sharon)
speaking from personal experience, you don´t need 1930 to have your own world fall apart. I will cross my fingers and say a prayer that your job will be safe.


[29-01-2008,18:31]
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Sharon
(in reply to: To Sharon)
Thanks Sharon.

Though SutarB is on the other side.

Lets see who wins:).

[29-01-2008,18:36]
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Departed_Canadian
Bush (in reply to: To Sharon)
Why are we talking about Bush here...
What-ever...


[29-01-2008,18:54]
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Georgius