Onshoring

  • Jobs That Won't Be Outsourced Anymore

    Jobs That Won't Be Outsourced Anymore

    Many U.S. workers at call centers have seen their jobs shipped overseas in recent years as companies sought cheap labor as a way to cut costs. Beyond lost jobs, the moves also resulted in complaints by consumers about having to deal with foreign-accented employees at call centers in far off places such as... Continue Reading

  • We Can Make It In The U.S.A., But Will We Buy It?

    We Can Make It In The U.S.A., But Will We Buy It?

    When Lynda Fassa drove through New Jersey towns on the hunt for local manufacturers, she passed a sign that read: "Embroidery Capital of the Wor." It used to say "World." Now there's just a pawn shop, an army recruitment center, and a handful of bars. Every year, one or two of the dyers for her and her... Continue Reading