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As Indian Companies Grow in the US, Outsoursing Comes Home

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posted on May, 26 2011 @ 12:58 AM
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As Indian Companies Grow, Outsoursing Comes Home


www.washingtonpos t.com

India’s outsourcing giants — faced with rising wages at home — have looked for growth opportunities in the United States....In this evolution, outsourcing has come home.

Capuana, a manager for Aegis in New York, motivates this U.S. office with...the prospect that workers could, one day, earn could, one day, earn a stint training call center workers in Goa, India.

"I don’t care if you come from Park Avenue or the park bench...if you can do the job, we want you."
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edit on 5/26/11 by silent thunder because: (no reason given)




posted on May, 26 2011 @ 12:58 AM
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The worm has turned: Indian companies are now outsourcing to America!

This is, depending on how you look at it, either a good sign or a bad sign. Or perhaps both

It's a good sign that the odious trend of outsourcing may, in fact, be drawing to a close. America is hurting for jobs and should have fought for them more keenly years ago, but anything is better than nothing.

And of course it is a bad sign (for America, at least) in that we can see in dramatic fashion just how quickly America's economic position in the world relative to everyone else is rapidly collapsing.


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posted on May, 26 2011 @ 02:26 AM
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I think it will fall into the category of equalizing prosperity. The reason Us jobs were outsourced was because of cheaper labor and lower industry standards. Now that those countries are starting to advance into a more developed economy, they are facing what the US faced at the turn of the century.

Increased costs because of regulation and standards being put in place. Since we have laready been down that road and have the technology in place, its only logical that jobs would come back here, where it would be cheaper because we dont have to invest in the technology and reinvent the wheel.

equalization of prosperity between regions is an overall global goal. Essentially a version of wealth distribution, but instead of taking from the rich and giving to the poor, its heading towards the standard of its no cheaper building project A in India than it is USA, or China, or Brazil, or South Africa etc etc etc.



 
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