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Theres a surprising, and positive, side to the offshore jobs debate

MADISON The national AFL-CIO has taken its Show on the road. Convinced that American companies are shipping too many jobs overseas, the labor union organized an eight-day, 18-city bus tour called Show Us the Jobs.

Laid-off workers, students, a priest and creators of anti-offshoring Web sites were among the 51 people who toured Wi......

Full article >>> erseas. However, theyre now taking advantage of revolutionary improvements in telecommunications, information technology and an increasingly educated foreign workforce to locate some service functions call centers, for example -- in other countries. In 2001, the estimated market size of all offshore services was less than $25 billion, or a fraction of 1 percent of the total U.S. economy. By 2015,......

Full article >>> r futures were secure found themselves laid off and their jobs shipped overseas. One solution has been suggested by McKinsey, which insists companies can easily help laid-off workers with financial support as they retrain for jobs at a higher level.

If offshoring companies invested 5 percent of the savings from such outsourcing, McKinsey concluded, those companies could insure all full-ti......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 03/29/04


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