But companies live to make a profit, and outsourcing has changed things. With the right approach, however, the outsourcing trend can be overcome.
Julian Caesar, a veteran information technology professional, examines the history of outsourcing and the steps American workers can take to lessen and even eliminate the threat. He argues that:
outsourcing has turned into a form of global welfare;
politicians have become the loyal patriots of greedy corporations;
American workers are the victims of outsourcing-not its benefactors; and technology jobs are the wave of the future, and they must stay here.
As a casualty of the outsourcing epidemic, Caesar has witnessed its dreadful toll on workers, which allows him to back up his claims with evidence. More importantly, however, he proposes solutions so that American workers can recapture their lives and livelihood.