Why do we raise education prices in the US when we continue outsourcing?
Since 2001 bc of new world trade laws we are outsourcing something like 50k jobs per month, and its amounting to millions of lost american jobs. So, with less and less labor jobs, the only jobs left to compete for in the US are higher intelligence jobs that a (no offense) poor asian wouldnt be able to be outsourced for. Does this have something to do with raising education prices?
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Education costs were certainly rising long before 2001, don't know why you pick that date... More
Answered By: Spotty J - 3/10/2012
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I'm with Spotty J on this one. It's funny you pick 2001 to complain about job losses when that's roughly the start of the 2nd longest period of straight uninterrupted job growth the country has seen (you don't hear that of the GW Bush years too often).
Answered By: ect5150 - 3/10/2012
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