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Scott Turner wrote:
> The cause for offshore movement of jobs is not the educational level
> of U.S. workers. Nor is it the lack of research capability or
> creativity of U.S. workers. The movement is being caused by managment
> realizing that there is a pool of workers offshore whose compensation
> requirements are about 1/2 to 1/4 of the U.S. worker.
Scott understands that this discussion is about profit, and reducing the
need to manage.
Less workers, less management.
The politician realizes now where this is going: less votes. "Oops. Did I
vote for that?"
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