On a side note:
Many Perl jobs are now outsourced into countries offering dumping prices. Those prices are often only tenable because the poor bastards which where hired have nearly no qualification except searching, copy&paste and flooding boards with poor requests.
A friend of mine left IBM because her department moved her Perl projects to an "hospice" in India and the new colleagues were more a bother than a help, because their Perl qualification was on paper only.
We agreed that this is like hiring a street kid to acquire the needed goods by steeling in the surrounding supermarkets.
The goods are cheaper that way, but the market and the whole ecosystem is severely damaged.
Hence I prefer telling the customers of our "supermarket", if their acquisition strategy could be "improved".