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Still, though, being really conservative may mean that U.S. entrepreneurs should go to China to do business.



Not only is China a country with very cheap unskilled labor, it has a huge reserve of highly trained labor too.



What this means is that no matter what kind of labor you need for your business, China has the right pool of labor for you. For example, one of Microsoft's most productive R&D centers is located in Beijing and staffed with Chinese engineers!



http://www.gaebler.com/Cheap-Labor-in-China.htm


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Still, though, being really conservative may mean that U.S. entrepreneurs should go to China to do business.

Not only is China a country with very cheap unskilled labor, it has a huge reserve of highly trained labor too.

What this means is that no matter what kind of labor you need for your business, China has the right pool of labor for you. For example, one of Microsoft's most productive R&D centers is located in Beijing and staffed with Chinese engineers!

http://www.gaebler.com/Cheap-Labor-in-China.htm

 

It's apparent you have no idea what being conservative is all about. BTW, the guy who owns Microsoft is a liberal. No wonder he has the R&D center in China so he can pay cheap labor rather than have it here in this country and employ more Americans. Gates being a liberal is only thinking how he can expand his personal wealth. He believes it's ok for Americans to be dependent upon our government.

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It's apparent you have no idea what being conservative is all about. BTW, the guy who owns Microsoft is a liberal. No wonder he has the R&D center in China so he can pay cheap labor rather than have it here in this country and employ more Americans. Gates being a liberal is only thinking how he can expand his personal wealth. He believes it's ok for Americans to be dependent upon our government.

Speaking of Bill Gates he’s contributed millions to the creation of Common Core.

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Well, The Postman wasted no time making good news political. Not to mention that his post was a load of absolute nonsense.

Back on topic...this is outstanding news. I've been saying all along that we have to grow our economy, create good non-government jobs, and get more people in this country working. That is the only way we'll ever hope to generate the tax revenues needed to pay the bills.

Of course, congress will spend all the new money, so we're still screwed. We have to make the pie bigger while keeping the slice called government spending from getting any larger.

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Wages will rise for those businesses that have a worker shortage, and that will raise prices as well since that wage money has to come from somewhere. Interest rates will rise as well since inflation is always a worry. However, having the wages paid here is a heck of a lot better than paying someone outside the US to work where the money paid for that item is gone, usually forever, instead of being re-used to purchase more products/services here.

 

As someone who had to pay 14.25% on their first mortgage, rates so high because the Fed had to cool off an overactive economy, I don't mind the Feds raising rates a bit to keep it under control. Its' a small issue to the good news that jobs are coming back here.

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I have a pretty good idea and boy is it nasty.

 

 

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They're lazy alright, CC, but they do know how to get other people to work. Thinking only with a small part of their brain, called the amygdala, all they have to do is bark. They sit on their a$$ and bark orders on the phone, and in their offices.

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