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Tuesday, February 04, 2014


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We are clamoring about outsourcing of jobs to lower cost labor markets, we mourn that we don't have those jobs, yet forget that the reason we had them in the first place was that WE were a huge source of minimal skilled, low cost labor at the time. Europe has had more decades to adjust to the new economy, they're not just better at it. Education will always widen the gap, and journalists are great at asking questions and saying what's wrong...it's answers and solutions that are needed

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