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Re: [webdesign-18] Reducing our web labor shortage

From: Scott R.
Sent on: Friday, September 14, 2007 6:18 PM
On Sep 14, 2007, at 12:26 PM, Jason Leavitt wrote:

> I'm not sure I'm completely following this conversation.
> If you're a web developer/designer and there is a shortage of  
> qualified workers, you should be trilled. Start your own company,  
> and within a year you'll have 10 employees and a thriving business.

Okay, so I've already started my own company and I have a thriving  
business, but I can't find one qualified and available employee, much  
less ten.  What should I do now?  From a purely monetary perspective,  
it seems my next logical step is to look for employees outside of  
Denver.  But from the perspective of someone who wants to see the  
industry in Denver thrive, I'd rather not do that.  I'd rather see  
these projects stay local so I can be surrounded by interesting  
people doing interesting things.


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