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Is outsourcing good (yes) or bad (no) for the American economy?

  • Outsourcing is neither good not bad for the US economy, but moving industry back is a terrible idea.

    It provides products with cheap prices on the US market. Plus, if we take away jobs from other countries (particularly developing ones), we are harming their economy and thus harming the entire world economy, including our own. Also the scope of moving industry to the US is much too vast and expensive.

  • It is both good and bad

    It gives people work on one hand, but it causes less steady jobs for others. If it is something that isn't normal work for a company to need done it is good. But if a company just wants their work done at slave labor wages it is a bad thing.

  • Outsourcing is Bad for Business.

    Rising salaries, the cost of transporting goods to the US Market, and concerns regarding the distribution of Intellectual property have made many US companies rethink their outsourcing strategy. As countries like China and India become leaders in manufacturing the costs of their expertise rises diminishing their advantage against US counterparts. Adversely, convoluted and increasingly risky supply chains dependent on inexperienced vendors have turned once stable brands like Boeing, into the perfect “reshoring” case study. Finally, companies are recognizing that their most important asset is their intellectual property. By shifting their supply chain to countries with little regard for US patent and copyright protections, they’ve inadvertently opened themselves up to a new threat: turning their vendors into competitors. Watch the video to learn more about why the best companies are using an insourcing strategy to their advantage.
    Https://youtu.Be/Jnpg1UF3ROU

  • Outsourcing is Bad for Business.

    Rising salaries, the cost of transporting goods to the US Market, and concerns regarding the distribution of Intellectual property have made many US companies rethink their outsourcing strategy. As countries like China and India become leaders in manufacturing the costs of their expertise rises diminishing their advantage against US counterparts. Adversely, convoluted and increasingly risky supply chains dependent on inexperienced vendors have turned once stable brands like Boeing, into the perfect “reshoring” case study. Finally, companies are recognizing that their most important asset is their intellectual property. By shifting their supply chain to countries with little regard for US patent and copyright protections, they’ve inadvertently opened themselves up to a new threat: turning their vendors into competitors. Watch the video to learn more about why the best companies are using an insourcing strategy to their advantage.
    Https://youtu.Be/Jnpg1UF3ROU

  • Outsourcing is a bad thing for everyone.

    Outsourcing is one of the worst things to ever happen to the American economy. Allowing corporations who make tons of money here to remove all those entry level positions from their countries and send those jobs overseas is the primary reason we have so many long term unemployed people in our nation today.

  • Outsourcing is bad for the American economy.

    Outsourcing is bad for the American economy. Anything that we send overseas to be completed for a smaller price is taking away from American families. This is only good for the business bottom line and profit margin. I think we need more American jobs and stop outsourcing the jobs that we can do at home.

  • Outsourcing is bad for the American economy.

    Outsourcing is inherently bad for the American economy.Outsourcing iust sends resources that should be in America to foreign locations.Giving jobs away just causes Americans to be without jobs which causes them to spend less money which puts less money in the American economy which not only hurts the US but also hurts the bigger world economy.

  • No, outsourcing hurts the economy.

    We should be supporting a global economy, but outsourcing American jobs to those who work for very little and who do not understand our culture or language is damaging. We should be paying higher wages and then paying more for our items and services so that we understand what it really takes to afford them.


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