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Re: The Battle for US Tech Jobs
Posted by Pam Baker on 2009-05-21 08:18:15
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A while back, someone convinced businesses that if they outsourced work overseas, costs would fall off a cliff. The Wall Street lemmings jumped, believing they could fly, but instead plummeted to the depths of a global recession. Many of them are still falling, yet they continue to outsource their work offshore. "Many companies are looking to offshore outsourcing as a way to reduce costs and remain competitive during these challenging economic conditions," said Daniel Masur, a partner in the the global law firm Mayer Brown.





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Re: The Battle for US Tech Jobs  Pam Baker  2009-05-21 08:18:15
outsourcewebsite  tinasilvee  2009-05-25 00:25:48
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Given the spread of the Covid-19 Delta variant, if my employer requires me to return to the company's location in 2021, I will...
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