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White collar professionals are not going to like it

Alan Blinder said: American computer programmers have already felt the sting of offshoring. But as of now, accountants, lawyers, editors, radiologists, and the like really have not. So this will be a new experience for them, and it is predictable that they will not like it. In Offshoring of American Jobs: What Response from U.S. […]
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