How do you feel about Chinese workers taking our jobs oversea AND in the United States?
That right folks, right here in the US.
Asked By: Cricket - 4/20/2011
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Well, some of that has to do with the lack of highly educated people in STEM fields within the US. We actually have quite a bit of employment available for the right people in STEM fields currently... More
Answered By: Forget War Buy More - 4/20/2011
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Probably the same as the rest of the world feels about us.
Answered By: brucec83 - 4/20/2011
Where is this occurring? Must be union states. Forget war: I received this letter from my child's prospective high school. There are now two choices for our kids here: STEM and hospitality. Mortifying to see this in the US. Must be another teacher's union thing.
Answered By: ruth - 4/20/2011
The trouble with a Chinese worker doing the job is an hour later you need to do it again Herb
Answered By: Herbert S - 4/20/2011
You mean how do we feel about American companies outsourcing work to China so they maximize their profits , have less exposure to taxation and return a bigger dividend to shareholders because the unions have killed productivity and competitiveness with their demands... More
Answered By: Victory is Mine - 4/20/2011
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