Why have they taken the American jobs and where have they gone?

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  1. networkrecruiting profile image60
    networkrecruitingposted 8 years ago

    Why have they taken the American jobs and where have they gone?

  2. bougrac profile image39
    bougracposted 8 years ago

    i think for a trip heheh maybe what's hapening over the america ?

  3. Abecedarian profile image59
    Abecedarianposted 8 years ago

    Well let's see. Bush Sr. pushed for Nafta and got the wheels spinning, then Clinton came in a pushed it through. This opened the door to taking our jobs into Mexico and once they were there, they could bypass our law that does not allow taking our jobs to "other" countries. So, from Mexico, they are free to go anywhere. So, there go American jobs. Obama is trying to work to reform Nafta, but like many other things, they are trying to block it.

  4. networkrecruiting profile image60
    networkrecruitingposted 8 years ago

    Maybe Americans need to take a stance against companies that chose to move the jobs overseas. These companies are still servicing Americans while  employing others....how fair is that?

  5. triosol profile image60
    triosolposted 8 years ago

    Why Mr Obama trying  to block and Protect the American Industry.

    All the years they are recommending and forcing all the contries to open there market and Economy.

    Now they are doing exactly opposite ...

  6. AndieCZ profile image58
    AndieCZposted 8 years ago

    It was pretty simple to move the jobs outside America as the whole world speaks English and the Americans are used to listen to "bad" English.

    Honestly, the Americans enjoyed the life, they had money for... for many years. Today, the debts have to paid back... which means, lower salaries, lower GDP growth... but, it will definitely bring some jobs back home ... to America... but the pay will be under the average... but it is the case for most jobs in America... payment of debts will be a painful process.


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