Outsourcing has a solution, and the President and Legislators can help to solve this problem. To compete with foreign countries, the U.S. Government must create more jobs here in America for the American people to rebuild the economy and protect the environment. The Government should prohibit companies from outsourcing jobs to foreign countries and protect American jobs by creating programs that will help us make the change to new jobs. Job training opportunities, financial compensation like tax breaks for job creations, health benefits and salary should all be included. The U.S. Government has to give corporations financial incentives to keep the jobs here, such as tax incentives.
(Business Week p.26) Overview What is Outsourcing? Outsourcing is transferring services or operating functions that are traditionally perf... ... middle of paper ... ... of all low-paid workers should be increased and that workers should have more rights to become involved in the union. (Greene, 2006) Outsourcing should not be allowed to cause U.S. citizens to be jobless, or receive low wages due to business relocating their productions to other countries. Moreover, if free trades continues in the way that it is going, it will bring down America's average wage. Furthermore, if big companies still keep getting tax breaks for buying machinery less and less workers will be needed, meaning, that people will be out of work.
Some of the effects include, disrespect, drama, and loss of quality in work. With the research that I’ve done, having separate minimum wages is a better way of helping the economy than trying to increase minimum wage. Because of how new jobs will be created, a better distribution of money, and better opportunities, are the main reasons as to why having separate minimum wages between teens and adults is a great way to stimulate the economy. It’s not that we need an increased minimum wage to accommodate workers, but we need to create more jobs for the better of the economy.
This, in turn, is hurting the U.S. industries and contributing to the need for more outsourcing. If we can somehow break this cycle, we can improve the economy and end the foreclosure crisis. I believe that targeting the lack in sales of American-made products is the best way to solve the problem. If business stays in America, if there is a large enough demand for American-made goods, domestic companies will stabilize. They can then afford to keep the jobs in the U.S.
Other countries that are suitable to perform the jobs needed may demand less money to finish the jobs. The main purpose of this paper is to explain why businesses should outsource to other countries that can do the work they need at a cheaper cost. Many Americans blame outsourcing for the current unemployment rates, even though the amount of Americans on financial assistance programs that are currently unemployed and are not looking for a job is high. This paper is intended for those that blame outsourcing on the unemployment rates and for American businesses that want to provide quality goods at a reasonable cost for American consumers. This paper will inform the audience on the benefits of why businesses should outsource.
The Man with a Plan The economic and job recovery plan of Herman Cain, promises to bring America back to the top. More and more people are beginning to listen and believe his visionary message. “In order to return to prosperity, government must get off our backs, out of our pockets, and out of our way.” (Herman) The feeling that the government just wants America’s economy to survive is relevant, when it should be allowing it to thrive. A new way of doing things needs to come about in Washington. Herman Cain’s job creation plan is better than the Democrats’ because of the 9-9-9 plan, reduction in legislation, and more lax regulation.
Congress is against raising the minimum wage in fear of negative outcomes. Really only the government would feel the affects. Raising the minimum wage would help this economy greatly. It would help make more jobs attractive to people. This would be a tremendous help to some of the poverty levels in the united states.
They’ll move out of taxable income and depend on lower taxed sources of wealth which in return will slow down demand and create a slower economy. Inflation will continue creating stagflation. The wealthy will eventually move down tax brackets resulting in a larger middle class. Doing so will decrease optimism and the drive for success among Americans and the dream for a better l... ... middle of paper ... ...in the news daily, so why not you? Equal treatment is was drives the thoughts of a better life and on a nation built off of opportunity and virtue.
Bush tax cuts and military spending, caused by wars in the Middle-East, ... ... middle of paper ... ... what was the point? Economic growth is a part of the equation for getting out of debt. Economic growth will not solve the problem of national debt, but it is a step in the right direction. The creation of more jobs and finding into higher paying jobs is another thing that will help get America out debt. Higher paying jobs means more net taxpayers which will result in fewer dependents on government largesse.
Although minimum wage supporters aggressively advocate for a raise in the minimum wage, I believe that we need to remove minimum wage laws if we truly want to benefit American citizens and the economy as a whole. Its supporters often peddle the minimum wage as a means of economic justice to insure that unskilled workers receive a fair, living wage and are not taken advantage of by employers. However, a minimum wage is actually a bad economic policy, veiled in good intentions, that is inefficient in its goal. Ignorant of the harm that such policy creates, minimum wage supporters become drunk on the feeling that they have made a change for good and like an addict hooked on snake oil claimer for more. The minimum wage needs revoking because