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Outsourcing of jobs and American jobs.

Feb 12, 2004 07:38 AM
by somethingnew372004

Outsourcing is what is saving the American economy. Take away that and it is 
doomed. This is what many economists will tell you. There is also the 
arguement that unemployment will ruin the economy.

We heard the same arguements 20 years ago. When the computer replaced 
many jobs and reduced entire accounting departments to the bare essentials, 
it eventually led to the biggest boom in American history... And lots of new 
higher paying jobs. 

More $20/hr+ jobs are being created everyday because of outsourcing. Why? 
Because companies are suffering from a lack of managers, directors, 
andcreative people to handle all those outsourced jobs which are increasing 
productivity. Go back to minimum wage if you want. I'll just take one of these 
new jobs, thank you very much.

And for all that, we pay them $2/hr or less and they are upper middle class in 
their respective countries. Which means more money being saved and put 
into research and development jobs, creative jobs, and managment jobs. 

Actually, don't take my word for it, LOOK AT THE ECONOMY AND THE JOB 
MARKET. Do you think Greenspan is lying? Unemployment is going down. 
There is a Job surplus of atleast 100,000 and it's growing. I'm simply going by 
numbers. Obviousley it looks like we are headed for another boom and it 
looks quite big. 

--- In, "stevestubbs" <stevestubbs@y...> wrote:
> --- In, Bart Lidofsky <bartl@s...> wrote:
> > I should have commented on Leon's statement earlier.
> Since you mentioned book sellers and publishers having a cjanging 
> market I was just wondering what your take is on the larger system of 
> changes that is taking place. It's happening in Europe as well, but 
> it will hit them after we have been thoroughly hammered because the 
> kind of aggressive cynicism that is applauded in American businessmen 
> is considered rawtha embarrassing there. It is every bit as 
> pervasive but more bashful amd hesitant. One thing is for certain: 
> this world is not a universal brotherhood. Pardon me while I 
> practice my Tarzan yell.

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