Originally Posted by Schoat333
The loopholes exist, and not by accident. Blame the people that allow the loopholes to exist, aka governments, not the company that uses it to save money.
Oh an to the person that said unskilled jobs are being outsourced. The problem is, skilled jobs are also being outsourced now. Thank your "loopholes" again.
Whoa , back up there. What I said more specifically is that unskilled labor is not in demand, while skilled labor demand has skyrocketed - for instance, a restaurant waiter is in low demand (unskilled) yet the demand for skilled labor has skyrocketed. Computer programmers with degrees can easily find jobs, because they are in high demand; this is why there is such an income disparity/inequality in the US. Nothing can be done about this, it is 100% due to the free trade agreement as set by the clinton administration
. Let's also be clear that while high skilled jobs _may_ be outsourced, those jobs are still proliferating in the US because it is far easier to find a computer programmer with credentials in the US than it is in say, india or china. So those technical jobs are still very much in high demand.
So while some skilled labor may be outsourced, it is still high in demand. You can easily find a job in a technical field with the proper credentials due to the high demand; yet it is not easy to find a job as an unskilled laborer.Edited by xoleras - 12/11/12 at 7:37am