Job Impact of IT Outsourcing Recap

Posted on February 14, 2013. Filed under: CIO, Interviews, Recruiting, Resumes, Technology | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

toon_119Outsourcing of business processes (BPO), including IT services and support, has been going on for many years. Our panel discussed the short-term and long-term impact to the US job market. Of course, this discussion extends beyond simply the number of jobs to the quality of the jobs and the ability to cultivate the tech talent here at home to satisfactorily fill those high-level IT positions. You can review the recap of our Tech Career Forum twitter chat that we held on Wed 2/13 at 3pm ET (#TCFchat) on Storify or at the Tech Career Forum LinkedIn Page. You’re welcome to post comments here as well.

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3 Responses to “Job Impact of IT Outsourcing Recap”

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[...] Outsourcing of business processes (BPO), including IT services and support, has been going on for many years. Our panel discussed the short-term and long-term impact to the US job market. Of course…  [...]

Its true that outsourcing business is increasing day by day. There are many countries which are doing well in this field.

It would’ve been great if I was able to join this Twitter discussion. Aside from the fact that I haven’t really gone through one, I also liked the main points in the conversation. IT outsourcing has definitely gone big and there are few things that I would need to learn more about. Thanks for the recap, by the way, because I think I was able to catch up. Do you have upcoming Twitter chats for this month?


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