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ways to improve the product or efficiency of the manufacturing process. 3. Workers expected to have wages that would allow them to provide for their families, as well as improved work environment. 4. The impact of working on the Global Assembly Line is grave and negative for many reasons: workers were paid $4 a day compared to $5/hr. in the U.S., they experience horrible working conditions in which they would inhale fumes and other toxins because they were not properly protected, and they were forced to meet quotas that often had them working 12+ hour days, or else they risked being fired. Losing this job could also lead to not being able to ever find another considering that the workers are now extremely worn down and could be very ill because of the working conditions. 5. The working-class people of the U.S. are greatly impacted by globalization because they are losing their jobs. In an early scene of the film we see women protesting because they have been laid off due to their jobs being moved elsewhere. They discussed how they had worked extremely to get the plant to the place it was at and that was all taken away when the labor jobs were moved.
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