Check that, they're going to be shipping cars in from Korea I believe.
It happens when different economies meet up. The ones with the cheapest labor eventually get the jobs. It's how it works. Otherwise, GM trucks wouldn't be made in Mexico, or Camaros in Canada. The $ factor is always considered. The jobs/manufacturing areas that are mobile, goes to the cheapest place. Soon we'll get jobs back because we'll be the cheapest labor, unless the unions get their way with minimum 15/hr McDonald's wages. (obviously the idiots who believe this is a long-term solution don't know squat about minimum wage effects to the poverty line and inflation). But go ahead and get your way, SEIU, and soon when you go to McDonald's you might be greeted by a machine. Whichever is cheaper to operate.
The only jobs you CANNOT export is manual service jobs, like repair, construction, maid service, dry cleaners, etc. You would think restaurants would be this way too, but wait staff is already being reduced/eliminated by the "computer kiosks" at the fast food ordering counter (Austin airport's taco place comes to mind) and now some dine-in places are putting iPad dealies at your table so you can send your order direct from the menu. So if you want to get into a line of work that isn't going away any time soon- manual service is it.
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