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: Greg Siskind's Blog

WHARTON SCHOOL STUDY: SKILLED WORKER SHORTAGE CONTRIBUTES TO OFFSHORING

By Greg Siskind

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Despite Lou Dobbs' twin attacks on H-1B visas and on offshoring, the actual connection between the two is the opposite of what Dobbs contends. A lack of access to skilled workers actually drives many companies to move jobs overseas where adequate numbers of skilled workers are available. We saw this a few months back with the big news that a lack of H-1B visas was the primary reason Microsoft decided to put a major research center in Vancouver rather than Seattle.

Now a new study from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business and Careerbuilder.com confirms this. In the study, 27% of companies said the lack of needed skilled workers is the major reason behind offshoring of jobs.

Full post as published by Greg Siskind's Blog on April 24, 2008 (boomark / email).

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