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Dept. Of Trade & Industry Report Points To Massive Job Losses

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"By the end of 2008" the proportion of offshored jobs will have grown from 21% to 36%. The size of the worforce employed in the service sector/IT will shrink by 15,500 by the end of 2008. 6% of the current service sector/IT workforce will no longer have UK based jobs within that time frame. Offshore jobs will expand to 131,000.

The Miracle Economy has priced itself out of the marketplace. At least Gordon has given us HPI and the ability to MEW our lives away. :lol:

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