If jobs were brought back to America that would allow more people to spend money on various things building... ... middle of paper ... ...s to buy products at a lower price but is it worth it in the end. More people are unemployed and they cannot buy the products and our economy is hurting from it. It looks good when a product is cheaper it attracts more customers but another thing is the quality. If products are created here they may be created with more quality as employees will actually spend more time as they will take pride in creating them as their friends and family will use them. When people create them foreign they do not know who’s going to use them and their getting paid near nothing.
Gene Marks, does it becaus... ... middle of paper ... ...m by taking away jobs from our communities it is supposed to help us in the long run. Production workers in the United States want more money paid to them than what company owners want to pay. This forces owners to send work overseas for cheaper production costs, which has good and bad sides. The real question however, remains unanswered as not whether or not outsourcing is good or bad. The real question remains, when we outsource jobs to foreign countries are we selling more than just our jobs to other countries?
Businesses Should Outsource Businesses that want to offer inexpensive, well-made products should outsource their jobs to other countries. American work ethics are very low or nonexistent. Many products are already outsourced because if they were entirely made in America, they would be unaffordable. Since Americans are becoming greedier, the amount of money they demand to be paid is rising. Other countries that are suitable to perform the jobs needed may demand less money to finish the jobs.
Buying American-made products would likely help with the immediate recession by creating more jobs. But, in the long term, it will damage our economy badly. The rest of the world needs us to once again provide a solid financial backbone, and we need them to produce the tools and merchandise that we enjoy so much. In short, ‘buying American’ is only mortgaging our future. Trade is the route to salvation.
Even though ou... ... middle of paper ... ...y considered expensive because American workers deem themselves to be greater and do not approve of basic job positions, they aim higher. Therefore, companies need people to do these basic jobs and if American workers will not then companies have to search elsewhere for the workers. The amount of money a company spends on just one American worker per year is often enough money to pay several outsourced workers. Outsourcing for companies is a valuable practice that if done correctly could expand the company. Outsourcing does not greatly influence any economic troubles and therefore should be seen as a valid option for companies searching to expand.
They believe cheaper goods results in more money in our pocket to buy other goods. That theory is a farce with little to no data to support it. Buying American made supports job growth, the environment and human rights. The impact on us, our children and the future of America is greatly impacted on our purchasing decisions. Start by placing the blame on society itself.
The unemployment rate has decreased, but we have a long way to go if the Government does not prohibit U.S. companies from outsourcing jobs to foreign countries. As middle class Americans, we have to make our voices heard. We need to convince our politicians that outsourcing has damaged the economy and they need to create incentive packages for U.S companies to bring our jobs back to America.
Factories of companies located to other countries have a huge impact to America; it increases the unemployment and a big loss to the revenue of the U.S Government. It takes the work the Americans should have at factories rather than the other country benefitting on it. Moving American factories and companies in America will help industrial and can cost a lower price on products. It may lessen incentives to move companies and factories
The Downward Spiral of the United States Economy In the world to date, there seems to be an increase of world governments needing bailouts, and people of the world needing assistance from the United States. This idea has caused many Americans to come to the conclusion that if the United States closed off borders to foreign trade, it would increase it’s standard of living and make America more profitable. However, this idea is false. The United States must not close off it’s borders to foreign trade because if trade borders were to close, American manufacturing plants would begin to shut down, the American transportation system and public services would suffer resulting in American job loss. If the US closes off borders to foreign trade, manufacturing companies would feel a financial strain, causing potential job loss.
In the U. S. workers are losing jobs as more and more companies are moving operations off shore, these workers also must compete with higher educated individuals and oversea workers for jobs, while manufacturing and other low skill jobs continue to shrink (Sachs). These economic distresses did not come about overnight. The 1950’s and 1960’s were an era of economic growth with little... ... middle of paper ... .... Skilled workers need to be returned to America’s workforce in order to be able to compete in the global market and with the increasing technology. There is hope, the American spirit will not continue to allow these conditions for much longer and future generations are optimistic.