Professor at the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development and the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. His research focuses on science and engineering labor markets, workplace restructuring, skill requirements, and globalization of innovation, engineering, and technology design. Prof. Salzman has also conducted a number of studies of the IT industry, on both software design and work practices and on labor force issues in the IT industry. He received his Ph.D.in sociology from Brandeis University.
By Area of Research:
Biden can fix the anti-worker H-1B immigration visa scam
Congressional Testimony: The Impact of High-Skill Guestworker Programs and the STEM Workforce
Current and proposed high-skilled guestworker policies discourage STEM students and grads from entering IT
Guestworkers in the high-skill U.S. labor market: An analysis of supply, employment, and wage trends