Wisconsin town brainstorms economic l...

Wisconsin town brainstorms economic life after Polaris

There are 21 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Jun 10, 2010, titled Wisconsin town brainstorms economic life after Polaris. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Several hundred people gathered Thursday night at a town hall meeting with questions about the future in the wake of news that Polaris plans to close its production plant here within two years, cutting more than 500 jobs.

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Saint Paul, MN

#22 Jun 12, 2010
music fest director wrote:
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And mexicans are not working for $2.5/hr? We are turning third world here ourselves. Better get used to the low wages.
Sad but true, look at all the properties for lease,for sale, as soon as the wage levels get to the point where domestic labor costs offer an advantage over outsourced work the work will come back, that won't be for a long time. And by then hourly wages, or salaries should be at third world levels.

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