After the lede comes something that I have been saying for years:
“There’s no evidence of any way, shape, or form that there’s a shortage in the conventional sense,” says Hal Salzman, a professor of planning and public policy at Rutgers University. “They may not be able to find them at the price they want. But I’m not sure that qualifies as a shortage, any more than my not being able to find a half-priced TV.”
All about a labor shortage in tech is not about a real labor shortage, it’s about creating a captive low wage workforce.