With the race for the U.S. presidency heating up, the matter of outsourcing will become an issue of note, particularly as it relates to the technology world. But this issue, thanks in part to jingoistic mantras and emotionalism, is rife with fuzzy thinking. Every consumer and every company outsources something, whether it’s production of a raw material, manufacturing of a finished product or performance of some service. Yet certain cases of outsourcing perennially raise dander, such as the H-1B visa program (which may not technically be outsourcing, but it’s related). Is outsourcing right or wrong? In some cases, that question may be difficult to answer. But here are three questions that should be addressed before criticizing a person or company who outsources.
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