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Let's Talk About Outsourcing

dflynn Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 2:38 PM
Actually outsourcing is a correct term, although these days a very general term. Outsourcing is just agreeing contractually with another company to perform work as a service. There are no standards of having to provide current employees a position, albeit lower pay. "Offshoring" is just outsourcing to another country often called just "outsourcing", "offshoring" or "offshore outsourcing", all however the same principal and done most commonly for cost reduction .
Among President Obama's disingenuous promises made over his four years, he said he would focus on creating "jobs that pay well and can't be outsourced." Yet he spent billions of U.S. taxpayer's money overseas to create outsourced jobs.

Typical of Obama's passion for outsourcing was the appointment of his jobs czar, Jeffrey Immelt, the CEO of General Electric. Even as he was basking in the prestige of his new title, Immelt was closing his last U.S. plant making light bulbs in Virginia and opening a plant in China to manufacture more expensive light bulbs, which Americans will be forced to buy.