Non-Compete As A Programmer

I work for a company that does contract systems programming work for commercial companies. Recently the sales people have decided to move in a different direction with systems that do not require programming and my services have become unneeded I recently started looking for another job in the industry and a prospected employer asked about my non-compete. Would my current employer be able to enforce my non-compete since I have no role in sales and only program systems that are sold my other individuals. My non-compete states I need to work outside of 100 miles which puts me in another state or country to find an employer in my industry. What options do I have here?

0 answers  |  asked Sep 9, 2017 12:12 PM [EST]  |  applies to Michigan

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