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Chinese people may steal the outsourcing jobs from India in future.

BY: David Prakash Kumar | Category: India | Post Date: 2009-11-10

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English speaking young Chinese people are competing with Indians in the number of outsourcing jobs. Read on to learn if the Chinese can beat the Indians and get the jobs currently meant for Indians.

Outsourcing is a term that has been coined in the last few decades and has become very famous. Though Outsourcing was present for many hundreds of years, it has got a new meaning in the recent past. People have outsourced work to their servants or slaves in the past. Outsourcing has also been done in the past when companies have made other people do their work for a lesser cost.

When the companies started outsourcing their whole businesses and productions to another country, it has taken the whole world by storm. There are many countries that have benefited from outsourcing and others who have lost because of this idea. The companies and their management that outsource the work to the country where labor cost is very less benefit from the outsourcing. The people of the country where the job was outsourced also benefit from it because the chance of employment increases and revenue to the country also increases in many direct and indirect revenues.. The people who lose out on the outsourcing are the people of the country from which the job was outsourced. This is because they have decreased chance of employment.

Two countries that have had a major chunk of the outsourcing have been India and China. India has been leading this because of the English speaking ability of the people of India. In the past few years, China has been breathing hard on the neck of India in taking up the spot to have more jobs that are outsourced. This is because of the young English speaking Chinese. So the question now is if these young English speaking Chinese are in fact stealing the jobs of the Indians.

The answer is a big NO. This is because there are millions of jobs that are present in the outsourcing and the people of one country cannot compete with another's jobs.

1. Number of jobs:

There are many jobs that are more than enough for the people of both countries and so the young people of China cannot compete with Indian youngsters or jobs.

2. Quality of work:

Another thing that has to be remembered is that the quality of work is very important. If Indian people do work that is of higher quality, then they will have more jobs and if the Chinese do better, they will have the jobs and more opportunities. So the people of each country should concentrate on the quality of work rather than on anything else.

3. Cost:

The healthy competition will only fuel more cost wars and can reduce the cost of supply to be competitive. This will make it cheaper for the countries that are outsourcing the job and will create more opportunities for the people of both countries. This might reduce the salary of the workers, but will surely create more jobs in the future.

These are some of the various factors that will make sure that the young English speaking Chinese will not steal the Indian jobs, but will only spur the Indian youngsters on to perform better.

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About Author / Additional Info: I am a physiotherapist and also a freelance writer. I have been writing for many blogs and websites and also take up freelance assignments. Comments are welcome at prakashdavid@rediffmail.com

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