Plants and jobs exported to Mexico and China
THE BOYS AND GIRLS HOME FROM IRAQ - WE NEED REPULSE THE MEXICAN
Mexico is flooding this country with rapists, child molesters, murderers, petty thieves and con artists - besides flooding the labor market with cockroach scab labor - lowering living conditions and straining public welfare.
Updated 6 March, 2013
|After Call Centers, India Targets Financial Sector Jobs|
|Contact your government to save our jobs - posted by anthony lim|
|NUMBERS USA: Congress passes workplace verification bill to prevent hiring of illegal aliens|
More High Tech Jobs Headed To India|
note on Jobs]
Bridge Is Named After Ironworker Alfred Zampa |
"As far as I know, this is the only bridge in the world named for an ironworker, bridge-builder type," said Brian Boal, a state Transportation Department construction manager. Dick Zampa, son of Alfred Zampa and vice president of the International Ironworkers Union, said his father would have been thrilled that he and other ironworkers, known as the industry's "cowboys in the sky," are finally being recognized. "He lived his whole life doing ironworking. He was always a union worker and he always took pride in his work," Zampa said. - (Norcal) - (American Worker)
Ref: Al Zampa Memorial Bridge Site, New Carquinez Bridge * Al Zampa Bio
Zampas parents came to America in the early 1900s from Ortucchio, Italy, a small village about a two-hour ride east of Rome.
to NNN editor] "Hey buddies, |
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Ref: The New Enlightenment - A Journal of Social and Metaphysical Inquiry
Wants to Have Own Space Station - While
US Congress pours billions down Bush's Iraqi rathole|
US war economy plagued by plant closings - store closings - lost jobs - cut jobs - layoffs - bankruptcy - trade deficit
Competition from China and India among factors for US job loss
NAFTA's shop-floor impact * Even Brazil moves to form bloc 'against' US
Tekelec Launches Operations in Mexico; Company Continues Continues Global Expansion
China's Factories Aim to Fill the World's Garages - Good bye Detroit - thought Japanese and Korean competition tough?
|British report on "Long Queues At US Drive-In Soup Kitchens"|
Not Hire Mexicans by Dave W. Holland |
"I have been in the fence business for more than 28 years here in the state of Georgia, specifically, Lawrenceville. In the last 4 to 5 years the Mexicans have runied this business for myself and others simply because greedy employers will hire these illegals and pay them close to nothing, thus, driving the cost of fence to rock bottom. I am selling fence today for the same price I sold it for in the mid 1980's, and I cannot stay busy even at that price..."
Migrants in U.S. Send 14.5 billion south of the border this year |
The Mexican Vampire is sucking the US dry - echoes of that 'great sucking sound'...
Worker: US likely to raise H-1B visa cap |
[Reader comments:] "Don't know if New Nation has seen this one. I could use a tech job but I guess since I am not from India I can forget it. Bottom of story about charging $1000 for visa to retrain American workers is a good one."
Ref: Immigration lawyers (boo, hiss...), officials and technology trade groups from India, and major US tech companies (damn them all!) are pushing to raise the annual visa limit to more than 100,000. She said any plan would include some added "protection" for US workers, including reinstating a $1,000 fee for each visa that would be used to pay for retraining American workers -- a strategy aimed at gaining Democratic agreement.
NNN Editor note: Great! An Indian only has to pay $1,000 to buy a $100,000 a year job away from an American.
OUTSOURCING AMERICAN JOBS OVERSEAS!|
"Earlier tonight, this writer experienced a direct example of how U.S. corporations are "exporting America," as CNN's Lou Dobbs so aptly describes it. Right after dinner, I called Bank One's credit card division to verify an item on my account. After waiting a few minutes to speak to a service representative, the phone connection was made. But I had a little difficulty understanding the thick accent; so I innocently asked the rep where he was from. He replied, "India." I said, "Really! Am I talking to you in India?" The man answered, "Yes."..." - By Tom Flocco - (American Worker)
on American Worker Message Board:|
"Some of you may remember my post reguarding preferred telephone laying off their employee's then denying them their unemployment benefits by lying and saying the employee's had been fired. The judge saw the truth and their appeal to stop the employees from recieving unemployment has been denied.The employees will be recieving their benefits." - Michelle
|THE NEW AMERICAN: Issues in Focus - American Jobs and the Economy|
- Indiana company hires Indians from India to process unemployment claims of Americans|
The Department of Workforce Development is supposed to help out-of-work Hoosiers find jobs.
But when the agency needed $15.2 million worth of computer upgrades to speed handling of unemployment claims, it hired a company based in India. State officials acknowledge that hiring an overseas firm that competes with U.S. companies has raised concerns, especially given their legal responsibility to put Indiana workers first. - (reader link)
|Struggling Computer and Software Maker Sun Microsystems to Cut 1,080 More Jobs|
|U.S. companies slash payrolls for a seventh straight month|
|From High Tech Wiz To Toilet Cleaner By Carl F. Worden|
Foreigners Displacing US Hi-Tech Workers - By Jon Dougherty © 2003 WorldNetDaily.com
|Reader comments on American job losses - and recommends "How Americans Can Buy American"|
In The Food Line - In Bush's Post-american
With unemployment rising, there has been a sudden leap in the number of people on emergency food assistance. And in Ohio, some of the food lines look as if they've been taken from the pages of the Great Depression. Its not just the unemployed. Plenty of people working full time are still not able to earn enough to keep hunger out of the house. - (Xuxa)
[Oregon reader comments:] "There whole families camped out here..."
to Build $200 Million Facility in China|
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - In a boost to China's economy, semiconductor giant Intel Corp. will begin construction next year on a $200 million chip testing-and-assembly facility in the western Sichuan province. - (Rense.com)
|China Pressuring Wal-Mart to Form Unions|
tech workers training their foreign replacements |
SAN JOSE, California (AP) -- Scott Kirwin clung to his job at a large investment bank through several rounds of layoffs last year. Friends marveled at the computer programmer's ability to dodge pink slips during the worst technology downturn in a decade. But it was tough for Kirwin, 36, to relish his final assignment: training a group of programmers from India who would replace him within a year. "They called it 'knowledge acquisition,"' the Wilmington, Delaware, resident said. "We got paid our normal salaries to train people to do our jobs. The market was so bad we couldn't really do anything about it, so we taught our replacements." But he quit his job when he was then assigned to fix their broken PCs. - (reader)
VF Jeanswear's move to Mexico|
I lost my job 12-19-2002. It makes me sick how they made us put those stickers on each pair of jeans that said "PROUD TO BE MADE IN THE USA" That was the mid-80's and at lot changed with that company since then.
We all have President Clinton to thank for his concern in Foreign Trade. As far as I am concerned he was NO president!
The "Great" Bush Economy Part 1 by James Buchanan|
"While talking with some conservative friends recently, I was amazed that they were pushing the idea that the economy was in great shape..."
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