MBAs, Engineers and Doctors from developing countries working minimum wage jobs in Canada

If a person wants to work in the West, they will either need a degree from the West or they will need a further degree, if they already have one. The other choice is repeating exactly what they did from their own country. A person should not expect to get a job with their degree from a developing country, no matter how highly qualified they are. If a person does not pay heed to this, he will end up working as a cleaner, in a coffee shop, as cashier and other humiliating minimum wage jobs.

The West does not point this out, for fear of losing immigrants. I mean, isn’t it better to have educated people do these kinds of jobs. They want people from developing countries to fill these kinds of positions. They do not mind destroying lives. The cruelty of the West is unmatchable.

I am not saying that they should accept degrees from developing countries. I mean, you can get a degree for five rupees. What I’m saying is that they do not highlight this. In fact, they give the indication that they are doing their best to keep it a secret. People sell their property and everything they have to start their Western dream only to find themselves degraded to a horribly low standard of living they could not have possibly imagined.


2 thoughts on “MBAs, Engineers and Doctors from developing countries working minimum wage jobs in Canada”

  1. You are right about lot of things here. For more information, you can look here http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/11-008-x/2007004/10312-eng.htm

    But I’m worry about the way you get to it, like “The West does not point this out, for fear of losing immigrants” and “What Iā€™m saying is that they do not highlight this”. It seem like “the West” intentionnaly is looking to hide you the truth. Do you really believe it?

    I’m writing comments often these last days on your blog – I do not want to offense you and I’m sorry if it can be, it is not my aim. In fact, I don’t have a “specific” aim, else to share my experience with others. This is one of my principle : one thing which can make the life being great, it is the fact to be able to share our experience each others. And I have another principle which I would like to share with you, I’ll explain it as I can : if I disagree with someone about what he is saying, before to tell him that I disagree and argument against what he say, I would ask him why he say it and to explain more his idea. Sometime, it seem like we can speak about the same thing and use differents words and concepts to reach what we are looking to say.

    I would like to learn you more things about myself. I was at the school between 5-23 years old. Because I go to the university 5 years, I have a debt not pay yet of 22000$. I had do my study in philosophy, and my specific interest was the hermeneutic (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermeneutic) and logic (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logic). But because I’m not a so good speaker and writer, and probably some others things, I don’t have a work relate to it. Maybe it is a bit false, I’m a web programmer and it require some logic knowledge.

    Apparently I can’t stop… šŸ™‚ I have a book which I consider almost like The Book : Being and Time (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Being_and_Time), from the german Matin Heidegger (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heidegger). if you are curious… do not hesitate to try to read this book.

    Hmm, a last comment here which is really not in relation with your text – i’m sorry – but maybe you will like it. I would like to point you the website of Barack Hussein Obama : http://change.gov/ — it is he website while he is in transition (before the 20th january, the official day that he will become President of U.S.). I like his last blog : http://change.gov/newsroom/entry/the_search_for_knowledge_truth_and_a_greater_understanding_of_the_world_aro/

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