- And having to go back to your country of origin if you can’t find another job with a company who will sponsor you. That’s devastating. Makes you wonder why they hired you in the first place, eh? Talk about a financial fiasco of losing money between moving costs and having to sell your home if you were stupid enough to buy one as a foreigner. That’s a lot of risk to take to actually believe the company that hired you will never screw you over.
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Every H1b visa worker takes a job from an American. Remember that.
You know you weren’t valued when your boss writes you an over the top reference about what a great employee you were and then you get laid off. Backstabbed.
If you are valuable and well liked, you don’t get laid off. Just the way it is. Only dead weight gets cut. If you don’t meet the high standards, they get rid of you first chance they get.
But, but, the economy is great! Jobs galore!
No one is safe. People on work visas are usually paid less, that’s why they get hired. And yeah, brutal to get laid off and have to deal with stress of finding another company to sponsor you and hire you.