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Gone missing: Today jobs, tomorrow workers?

Okay, whodunit fans, heres a mystery to solve. Despite a two-year-plus economic recovery in the United States, an estimated one to five million jobs (depending on which source you cite) have mysteriously failed to appear as anticipated. What happened to them why have they not been created as expected? The list of possible suspects includes high healthcare costs, an inconsistent economic recovery,......

Full article >>> US based staff, but the majority by its employees overseas. It calls this practice global sourcing and indeed it has centers not just in India but in other parts of the world such as Eastern Europe, Asia, Canada and South Africa. This is not a unique approach all the competitors in the industry have implemented similar global service delivery models.

This example casts doubts about futu......

Full article >>> eau of Labor Statistics, indicating the working-age population - adults 16 to 54 will have grown by six million people from 2002 to 2012. By contrast, the 55-and-over age bracket will have expanded by 18 million.

Jobs are disappearing, but soon so will workers. There are several implications of these trends for companies. Global labor sourcing via outsourcing or immigration will continue ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 09/06/04


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