Outsourcing and Poverty May 14, Samasource: Outsourcing and Poverty Outsourcing is a controversial topic in the United States, oftentimes discussed alongside the current unemployment rate. The phenomenon has been addressed politically since the emergence of a world market and is especially infamous in the high-tech industry.
Submitted by Robert Oak on January 30, - 9: Despite the never ending alarming U. Economists, on the other hand, refuse to dare challenge this corporate party line and mention the O word, outsourcing.
Where are the jobs? These policies would of course be hugely unpopular with Corporate America, but that is the crossroads where we now stand. Bougearel lists the never ending fiction BLS job growth projections and now similar delusional numbers by the CBO for The CBO is projecting 2.
Yet peak annual job growth ranged fromtoduring the housing boom era circa To make matters worse, we have the new buzz words, same as the old buzz words, innovation.
Innovation is great, it's awesome, but the reality is companies these days manufacture in China.
Literally, there are nowpeople employed in the Chinese factory which manufactures your cool little gadgets. That's almost a million manufacturing jobs. Apple has 46, employees globally, but like many corporations, finding out which country they are even located in is kept secret.
Compare China Foxconn manufacturing jobs to the below graph of total manufacturing jobs in the United States since Over 2 million manufacturing jobs have been lost since the official start of the Great Recession and since thethe United States has lost 5.
Now, compare the loss of manufacturing jobs to the FIRE, or financial activities jobs and construction jobs.
These two occupational sectors are directly related to the housing bubble and financial crisis. Construction on the other hand has been decimated from the housing bubble and is down 2.
Still, construction pales in comparison to the loss of American manufacturing jobs.
To sum, we have manufacturing jobs, which are only indirectly affected by the housing sector, being more decimated and consistently decimated than those occupational sectors direct affected by the housing bubble and the financial crisis.
From the industries at a glance we can also see massive labor arbitrage in the information sector. This category has I.
Next time you hear rhetoric about a worker shortage consider the below graph. From it's peak in MarchInformation is down 1 million jobs, but estimates on the number of H-1B workers alone imply for Americans, it's more like 1. Indeed, earlier we reviewed a study by the Hackett group showing 2.
Computer Economics states Outsourcing expenses as a percentage of total IT spending rose at the median from 3. From tomedian spending on outsourcing as a percentage of total IT spending rose again to 7.
In GDP, Jobs and Outsourcingwe have a host of indicators showing some GDP should be attributed as offshore as well as productivity gains point to global labor arbitrage. A while ago, we showed Okun's law was broken.
That's not reach full employment that is maintain. C in the above equation is claimed to be 2 or 3. This represents productivity factors, affecting job growth. It is in productivity where the refusal to examine offshore outsourcing really resides. Economists will blame technological advances, domestic labor arbitrage, even the lack of power of the U.
Yet, Robert Gordon and others have shown Okun broke about and while increases in productivity are known to be the culprits, few will dare say offshore outsourcing is the reason. The paper suggests a set of complementary hypotheses to explain this change in behavior.
The overall shift in structural responses after is linked to the increase in the inequality of the income distribution.
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