This actually seems like good news to me. The more cheaters that slide, the less able in the industry, the more job openings, the easier for other people to get a job. />/>
My only issue with this is time itself. New hires right out of college, see, they're new. When companies understand they are new, they are given long (LONG) periods of time before real evaluation takes place. Whether these can sometimes be probationary periods or not, the fact is these cheaters are taking up spots that real developers would love to have, and even though they may not perform at optimum preference, managers don't like to train new people.
Thus, the cheaters get jobs they don't deserve and are capable of keeping them. Just the way the cookie crumbles />