Is Outsourcing to Blame for Lack of J...

Is Outsourcing to Blame for Lack of Jobs?

There are 5 comments on the ClipSyndicate story from Nov 14, 2008, titled Is Outsourcing to Blame for Lack of Jobs?. In it, ClipSyndicate reports that:

With the economic downturn, many companies look to send jobs overseas and save lots of money but what impact does that have here at home on the scores of people looking for work.

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Lexington, KY

#1 Nov 17, 2008
I feel like it takes away american jobs and there should be some way to bring those jobs back to us I don't object to helping others I know other countries are hurting to but we seem to be cutting our own throats. I mean look at our own economy we need big companies that are doing this shipping jobs overseas or even across our southern borders to Mexico to reconsider what they are doing to thier own neighbors in this country. If we don't have jobs we can't buy their products.

Since: Feb 13

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#2 Feb 22, 2013
I donít think so. Actually outsourcing also increases the working ability and we can pay attention to our main work rather than wasting time on some time complex activities, for data entry and transcription services , outsourcing is the best trend to do, so that we can save our time for other important things. At the same time if you are thinking that they are snatching the jobs , so think once that outsourcing companies are also increasing and they can also provide jobs.

Dhaka, Bangladesh

#6 May 7, 2013
I think outsourcing is usually efficient. It's not just a matter of being "bad." It certainly is bad for the workers who lose their jobs, consumers who experience poorer service, and the government who may lose out on tax revenue. But it might also be good for the company, who saves money, consumers, who receive lower prices/no price increases, the employee who loses their job if they find a better job, and of course the workers who in the countries receiving the jobs.
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Coimbatore, India

#7 Jan 12, 2014
Not to be so. Current stats and the business features doesn't seem to apply for the job handiness. Instead, we could mean in such a way - Outsourcing has raised the business process, growth and in turn the impact of manifolding the profit has stepped ahead than previous days.

Businesses pulls in the customers and the tasks for them are being outsourced. Quite a realtime assessment :)

Since: Feb 14

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#8 Mar 10, 2014
I too think data outsourcing saves time and save time consuming complex works. Rather employees should focus on other core works to as to increase profitability. On,the other hand data centers are constructed to do only a singe job and its highly trained professional do it without hassle.

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