BUSN 427 Week 2 Case Analysis: Moving U.S. White-Collar Jobs Offshore
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This text relates about the exodus of white-collar jobs overseas. The first globalization wave has concerned the transference of jobs from the United States to lower-wage countries. But, the difference now is that blue-collar jobs have been transferred, thus the new globalization wave is for white-collar jobs to move, jobs associated with the knowledge-based economy. However, no country has captured more American jobs than …etc
II Questions 6 (a, b, & c)
a.Who benefits from the outsourcing of skilled white-collar jobs to developing nations? Who are the losers?
b.Will developing nations like the United States suffer from the loss of high-skilled and high-paying jobs?
c.Is there a difference between the transference of high-paying white-collar jobs, such as computer programming and accounting, to developing nations and low-paying blue-collar jobs? If so, what is the difference, and should government do anything to stop the flow of white-collar jobs out of the country to countries such as India?