I'm glad to see the article. It should come as no surprise that in all aspects of business, having cost savings as the first qualifier results in lower quality performance across the board in every industry. As a freelancer, I've see companies who want jobs done on the wrong parameters and will hire the provider who will deliver for far less than the lowest hourly minimum in the "west". Ive started looking for work and often confront off shore screeners and robots that qualify on irrelevant issues or factors, Its not surprising positions go unfilled. Running business on a formula that doesn't include human capital coupled with an education void is destroying economies.
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