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Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S.
Posted by tazman1987 on 2002-10-23 22:15:03
In reply to John Pletz
These a**hole companies who make products that they want to sell to people in the US are hurting the ones who support their companies by sending jobs overseas. Face it, without US dollars, companies like DELL would never make money. I think the US gov should step in and require US companies to employ only US citizens and force them to keep the jobs in the US. No more exporting US jobs!




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S.  John Pletz  2002-10-22 14:29:28
Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S.  tazman1987  2002-10-23 22:15:03
Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S.  mknott  2002-10-24 13:29:21
Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S.  workinghard  2002-10-24 13:06:10
Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S.  mrducksman  2002-10-28 11:44:24
Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S.  workinghard  2002-11-01 18:42:05
Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S.  ejs007  2002-10-23 14:19:15
Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S.  lewis  2002-10-22 17:03:32
Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S.  JustShitCand  2002-11-01 11:10:12
Disposable production by products  mrducksman  2002-10-28 10:56:59
Re: Cheaper Labor Drawing High-Skilled Tech Jobs from U.S.  mrducksman  2002-10-22 14:58:31
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