09 Sep How offshoring may be hurting U.S. technology employees
A Rochester Institute of Technology professor argues for the preservation of American technology jobs. The professor also discusses the major trends in moving highly paid jobs in technology across the globe.
Cost cutting is the name of the game. But at what price for the country?
That appears to be the central argument of public policy professor Ron Hira from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Hira is an outspoken opponent to major offshoring trends in higher-paying technology and financial jobs. His argument? It’s not only about low-paying manufacturing and distribution jobs. In the long run–it’s about a shift from becoming a rich to poor nation.
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