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Study Claims Offshoring Doesn't Cost US Jobs

fbg111 Missing: Economic expansion/contraction modifier? (830 comments)

The article quotes the executive director of the SIIA as saying, '[Offshoring] was used almost entirely as a form of expansion, not as a replacement.'

That's all fine and dandy in an even modestly expanding economy, but what about when the economy hits the bust cycle and contracts, who's going to lose the job, the expensive domestic worker or the cheap foreign one?

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