Overseas Job Shift Stalks White-Collar Workers Many American blue-collar jobs have been lost to globalization over the past 20 to 30 years. Now the trend is affecting the white-collar sector.
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Overseas Job Shift Stalks White-Collar Workers

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Overseas Job Shift Stalks White-Collar Workers

Overseas Job Shift Stalks White-Collar Workers

Overseas Job Shift Stalks White-Collar Workers

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Many American blue-collar jobs have been lost to globalization over the past 20 to 30 years. Now the trend is affecting the white-collar sector. Ethan Kapstein, an expert in international economic relations, talks with Steve Inskeep about the future of the American worker.