Why the jobs are going over there
Today an aging workforce at home, a challenged economy and the lure of foreign markets are pushing our biggest, richest companies to recreate their American miracle abroad and to weaken their commitment at home.
USA TODAY Board of Contributors -
From the US Depart of Labor and Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey
Taxpayer Organizations -
Deepening Cycle of Job Loss Seen Lasting Into 2009
....Joblessness has accelerated, and employers have slashed working hours even for those on their payrolls, shrinking the size of paychecks just as workers need them the most.
Peter Goodman -
Jobs get tossed out of stores
As U.S. job growth hits the skids, a shrinking labor market means one thing for the nervous retail workers who reside in Columbus, Ohio. Their jobs are on shaky ground
Bush report - Sending Jobs Overseas Helps U.S.
Last year the Economic Report of the President predicted that 1.7 million jobs would be created in 2003. Instead the nation lost 53,000 jobs. The three years Bush has been in office, 2.2 million jobs have disappeared.
Seattle Times wire services -
Feb 10, 2004