Businesses Should Outsource
Businesses that want to offer inexpensive, well-made products should outsource their jobs to other countries. American work ethics are very low or nonexistent. Many products are already outsourced because if they were entirely made in America, they would be unaffordable. Since Americans are becoming greedier, the amount of money they demand to be paid is rising. Other countries that are suitable to perform the jobs needed may demand less money to finish the jobs. The main purpose of this paper is to explain why businesses should outsource to other countries that can do the work they need at a cheaper cost.
Many Americans blame outsourcing for the current unemployment rates, even though the amount of Americans on financial assistance programs that are currently unemployed and are not looking for a job is high. This paper is intended for those that blame outsourcing on the unemployment rates and for American businesses that want to provide quality goods at a reasonable cost for American consumers. This paper will inform the audience on the benefits of why businesses should outsource. Businesses that are trying to help consumers by selling inexpensive, well-made, quality goods should outsource jobs to other countries. This is because Americans are unwilling to work and demand more money, making it harder to sell goods at a cheap price, while other countries are willing to work these jobs at a lower cost.
Outsourcing is obtaining goods or services from an outside or foreign supplier, especially in place of internal source. Typically jobs are outsourced to where a company can pay less to have the task performed at a cheaper cost. Many businesses are outsourcing simply because the market is growing overseas. Many jobs, such as telemarketing and customer service, are being outsourced because there are many people around the world that will do the job at a lower cost than what an American citizen might do it for. Companies such as GE, Caterpiller, and Walmart are growing their businesses overseas. Many job categories are growing substantially overseas. (see figure 1).
Fig. 1 Number of U.S. Jobs Moving Offshore USDLFR
The number of jobs being outsourced every year is growing. Many are growing rapidly, while others are rising steadily.
Many people in America are aware of the growing number of Americans on financial assistance programs, like welfare. There are now eleven states that have a higher number of people on welfare then the number of people working. These eleven states include Alabama, California, Hawaii, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, and South Carolina There are many people that try to purchase American made products instead of something that is made in China, Taiwan, or any other country that is not the United States of America. Buying products that are made in America supports the creation of jobs in America. Americans believe that if more jobs are created in America than...