Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Outsourcing of Jobs

I really didn't like what I heard on the news recently. Sears Canada was outsourcing it's call center to third world countries. Seriously? There are a lot of jobless Canadians out there and then they're sending these jobs out of the country.

Don't get me wrong, I am happy that the third world countries' economy would definitely get a boost from all the jobs and inflow of income but as a Canadian, the economics and the future of Canada is my business.

I have no interest in getting a job in a call center, but the main point here is with more jobs in Canada, more Canadians will have more income to spend on goods and services, which in turn would improve the Canadian economy.

I just hope that the Canadian economy would soon recover from this recession.
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  1. Outsourcing jobs may look very simple, but it is not. I am sure that sooner, the economy in the North America would get better.

  2. Interesting stuff here. At present, there is no quantitative database offering an exhaustive overview of outsourcing in Canada. Such information tends to be confidential, given its strategic importance to companies. This lack of data has led to the use of a relatively new quantification method to report outsourcing activities; that is, of input output matrices for the Canadian economy.


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