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Should the U.S. stop trying to outsource it's jobs to other countries?

  • Yes, Americans need to be favored for jobs.

    We need to support our own country's economy by providing jobs for our own citizens. American citizens with jobs support all facets of our economy, as opposed to being a drain on our governments resources. Keeping jobs in America, as opposed to outsourcing them, has a two-fold effect of creating new work opportunities for our youth, and at the same time allowing our citizens who already work to keep their jobs. Keeping work in our country also helps to maintain a fair wage by not allowing American workers to be underbid for their hard work. Outsourcing places undue burdens on our national fiscal health, hurts our youth, and endangers American families.

  • Yes, they should.

    Outsourcing of jobs to other countries has a big impact on the us economy. Pay rates and cost of living are different in other counties and while this temporarily benefits workers where the jobs have been outsourced to, it eventually causes nothing more than a bigger gap between the owners and the workers.

  • Yes, the U.S. should stop trying to outsource its jobs to other countries.

    Yes, the U.S. should stop trying to outsource its jobs to other countries because too many people need to work right here. There are so many people who try to make money but cannot because the jobs are going elsewhere. This is not fair to the people who live in this country.

  • No, the U.S. should not stop trying to outsource it's jobs to other countries

    No, the U.S. should not stop trying to outsource it's jobs to other countries. Many people point to outsourcing as one of the problems with U.S. unemployment and low incomes. However, if these companies were forced to keep the jobs here in the U.S., they would likely be less successful due to the higher wages, etc. Fewer companies in the U.S. is not going to help our economics.


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