Can someone please tell me HOW the jobs illegals do can be outsourced?

Agriculture, construction, janitorial, landscaping, and food service jobs are location specific, so how can they move to Mexico?

Asked By: Drixnot - 9/25/2007
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What do "illegal aliens" do that can't be outsourced.The entire world asks this question daily. Outsourced jobs require a demand, Hence "education" have you ever called a.t.&t. and felt like your talking to a 7-11 attendant? That's your answer. good luck... anybody can do the jobs above your speaking of. Want Quality... More
Answered By: sean t - 9/25/2007
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The jobs are not leaving the country, the people are coming here illegally to do them. If they want to come here to work, fine, just do it legally is all that I ask.
Answered By: sbyldy - 9/25/2007
I've been saying that for a while. THere are some jobs that can be. Meat cutters are often done by i****************s. Now that we are raiding, some of the companies are hiring Americans again. of What I heard, tehy aren't satisfied and are trying to bring in legal immigrants to do the jobs. SOme of the same... More
Answered By: slew - 9/25/2007
a great amount of American agriculture has already moved to Mexico, Your just sell your farm land to developers and buy farm land in Mexico and plant it. Food service can be produced in Mexico ,frozen and trucked to America for use. pre-fabricated homes can be made in Mexico and shipped to American for on site assembly... More
Answered By: Daniel F - 9/25/2007
This illegals working Americans out of their right to work is getting real thin... More
Answered By: mo - 9/25/2007
Of the ones you mentioned, only agriculture is easily outsourced. If American-grown produce costs twice as much as foreign produce, there will be only organic farms left in the United States and we'll import all the rest of our vegetables. A lot of the landscaping done by illegals just wouldn't be done at the prices... More
Answered By: Thomas M - 9/26/2007
Agriculture is not location-specific. You have no idea how many crops are shipped from China to the US each and every day... More
Answered By: gomanyes562 - 9/26/2007
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