Tuesday, March 30, 2004

More bad news for the Democrats

Outsourcing study finds net U.S. job growth in the IT sector.

"The in-depth Study found that global sourcing of computer software and services, while displacing some IT workers, actually benefits the U.S. economy and increases the number of U.S. jobs. According to Study findings, the U.S. economy has much to gain from global sourcing and an environment of free trade, open markets and robust competition. Benefits include job creation, higher real wages, higher real GDP growth, contained inflation and expanded exports resulting in increased economic activity."

John Kerry, you were saying...