macro essay 3 - Wisneski 1 Talent Shift Essay #3 By: Dane...

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Wisneski 1 Talent Shift Essay #3 By: Dane Wisneski Professor: Samitamana Class: Macroeconomics Date: November, 23, 2010 Talent Shift The economy is in a state of flux right now with the new ideas and stimulus packages that are being thrust into the economy to help fix the imminent problem of unemployment and falling wages. One of the hopes that this country and economy has is the injection of new business men and women that are graduating college ready to be a force in the market and restore balance to the financial problems of this nation. However, these college graduates along with their esteemed degrees and knowledge are being
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Wisneski 2 recruited and taken by foreign countries to work in their competing business markets. Countries such as China, India, Canada and Australia are plucking the talented business people from our shores and giving them jobs with a great opportunity to succeed and climb the corporate ladder, the issue seems to have no end. “I think we in the U.S. have taken this for granted for so long. When I see the figures that 50% of all patented innovation in the U.S. comes from foreign-born inventors, I think that the important core of American ingenuity is not American ingenuity” (Conlin). Reoccurring themes that keep coming back up in the United States today is how we as a country have taken certain, important things for granted and
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