what can michigan do to increase out sourcing and how would outsourcing improve the economy?

Asked By: Latoria T - 9/25/2006
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Actually, this is starting to reverse itself; some companies are starting to bring some outsourced jobs back to the United States because of cultural barriers. Often those needing more advanced work (such as engineers) find that the educational models used in countries to which jobs are outsourced don't meet... More
Answered By: almethod2004 - 9/26/2006
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well i too am from MI, and i feel that outsourcing would not improve the economy, anytime you take jobs else where, its gennerally not going to help the economy, although DeVos had to cuz of the rules overseas, and it cant get mcuh worse than Granholm, which is why im voting DeVos
Answered By: chrismango13 - 9/25/2006
Things that are core work is retained in USA. What is farmed out is actually feeder work - which cannot be done effectively or on a cost efficient basis. This is where outsourcing comes in... More
Answered By: Nightrider - 9/25/2006
Hundreds, if not THOUSANDS of Michigan jobs have been outsourced. Oh yeah (heavy sarcasm) it's really doing the state proud. Record unemployment. Record foreclosures.
Answered By: colourshift - 9/26/2006
michigan can do nothing. People are losing their jobs left and right. It is sad to say, and I have lived in Michigan my whole life, but it is time to move.
Answered By: fungurllallthatime - 9/26/2006
Most of the manufacturing jobs are being being outsourced to places like Mexico and China. The cost of production is lot cheaper and company's will no shortage of takers for the jobs. Professional jobs are being outsourced too. Call centers jobs like customer service and technical support are being sent over seas... More
Answered By: Bigboi47 - 9/26/2006
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