Clearly you lie like a dog. Anyone who claimed to be employed during Jagdeo time was lying.
Correct if they claimed to be employed in Guyana they had to be lying. If jobs in Guyana were so plentiful and well paid why did thousands of Guyanese endure hardship and contempt in Venezuela, Suriname, Brazil and every Caribbean island aside from Haiti and Cuba?
I have no doubt that with the departure of so many skilled people no wonder a shortage of SKILLED labor occurred. If Guyanese businesses paid Guyanese workers what they would have had to pay Trinis then so many Guyanese wouldn't be in T&T. After all to get a Trini to work in Guyana you would have had to pay him MORE than he could get in that island.
Trinis think that Guyana is pure backward bush with wild animals with sharp fangs or tight coils looking to eat the new arrivals, so would definitely demand a premium. In addition during that period T&T was considered the "Caribbean Tiger" and even fast food workers had to be imported from Guyana.