Analysis: Ohio shedding thousands of high-tech jobs
Saturday, January 26, 2013
But some experts such as Alan Tonelson argue that education alone won’t help American workers get jobs. He maintains that U.S. trade policy gives Third World countries and unfair advantage in global markets.
Developing nations understand the value of improving its population’s education and skill levels, but they retrain such enormous amounts of surplus labor that their wages will remain low even for highly skilled workers, said Tonelson, a researcher with the United States Business and Industry Council.Click here to read the article...