7 One-in-four H-1B visa requests in fiscal 2011 were for occupations commonly staffed by workers with an associate’s degree, despite a requirement that applicants work in jobs that require a bachelor’s degree or higher. By far the most common H-1B occupation that does not require a bachelor’s degree is “computer systems analyst,” with 94% of such jobs requiring less than a bachelor’s degree, according to the most recently available government data. Other jobs that often require less than a bachelor’s degree include operations managers and nurses. Fashion models received an education exception from Congress and are also eligible for H-1B visas.
Follow this link for a definition of "cults" and "aberrational" Christian groups . For a quick look at the significant difference of some of the major Bible-based groups with historic Christianity, see " Theology at a Glance ". Not all the groups or individuals listed below are to be considered "dangerous" or even "aberrational". In some cases, information is provided solely on a basis of the controversies surrounding the group, and furthermore, some entries are simply definitions for the purpose of understanding the mindset of each group. Links to other articles regarding each group does not imply endorsement of each site, but rather, are provided in an attempt to offer the reader an opportunity to make their own balanced and fair assessment of each group.