Computerworld: "Educators and IT industry executives are warning that a crisis is looming in the IT job market. Only this time, it's not that there are too many job hunters seeking too few positions. To the contrary, they say that the U.S. isn't producing IT experts in the quantity and quality that it needs to remain the leader of the global IT market."
Also, read the insightful op-ed
I don't consider myself an alarmist but the writing on the wall is quite clear: If current trends continue, U.S. businesses will turn increasingly to outsourcing not just because they want to but because they'll have no alternative. Willie Sutton said he robbed banks because that's where the money was. U.S. companies will outsource overseas because that's where the technical talent lives.