I wanted to know about the career ops in the USA after graduation. Ive heard that the unemployment rate is quite high there and the govt wants the international students to leave as early as the end of their studies. My primary motivation to study at any American varsity would be to get a job in the USA. Ive also heard that prestigious universities such as Stanford are also finding it difficult to place their graduates in the job market! What is your take on that?
Dear brother, you are right that with the current market situation it is difficult to get job after graduation only. If you have technical subject then chances are brighter than other degrees. One of my friend was unable to get job (computer science) so he joined one of the recruitment companies but they are giving him very less salary (giving him $22 per hour and originally charging $50 from employers). The process of getting green card with the graduation (Bachelors) can take 10 years as well because PhD’s and Masters are preferred for granting the green card first. If you have H1 (work visa) and has not get your green card then during the time of your job if you are fired from a company you have to leave United States within 24 hours unless you have other job offer.
Its worth trying if you can afford the education as if not in United States your degree will be highly valued in middle east and European countries because the standard of education is up-to the mark.