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    :: Monday, October 27, 2003 ::

    When techies consider unions By Aliza Earnshaw
    One local employer agreed that techies’ efforts to organize are a natural response to overseas outsourcing and the presence of visa-holding workers in the marketplace. “I wouldn’t be surprised to see some form of organizing soon, unless, of course, Congress does something to correct the current outflow of jobs” from the United States, said Rick Creson, president of Meridian Technology Group.
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