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You are right. These days they advertise positions with precise numbers of experience in each skill. These are jobs meant for H1B candidates. In some web sites they want experience down to month if not days. They are also bundling requirements which are meant for multiple positions. These are the jobs picked up by the outsourcing companies who will create a team to fulfill the requirements. Is this all fair to an American programmer who is not into outsourcing? I can't say because the websites like careerbuilder, monster, jobcircle I visit could be owned by non-americans. There is no reason to advertise these jobs world-wide if they are meant only for US residents. Meanwhile the american programmer like me is feverishly responding to all relevant jobs. This is certainly misleading by the job boards. While a foreigner can sit back and respond to a job like playing lottery, the american programmer is fighting for survival. How many jobs and for how long one has to apply? I've been applying for a permanent job since 2002 and nothing of that nature has materialized yet. Meanwhile I see lot of outsourcing going on. Why don't they have websites for non-outsourcing jobs? Something like jobsforamericans.com instead of americanjobs.com.