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Not long ago, jobs leaving the United States were almost solely in the manufa......

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The IT market was oversaturated with people, Jackson said, so this trend may force them to consider a career change, which will not be bad for our economy. When the water in the harbor rises, all boats rise, he said. Overall, its not right for every company, but the reality is that were not going to stop it, so we should embrace......

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New Jersey legislation

New Jersey State Senator Shirley Turner drafted a bill last year to ensure that New Jersey state government funds employ only U.S. workers, rather than workers based in India or other countries. The bill was sparked by a contract a Glendale, Wis., firm has with the State of New Jersey to administer a program of electronic benef......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jennifer Braico 08/05/03


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