Why The iPhone Isn’t Building A New U.S. Middle Class
Short answer: it’s not just wages. The vastly different wages paid to American workers, compared to contemporaries in Taiwan or China, is a significant factor in the shift of massive supply chain operations in the tech industry over to Asia, “The New York Times” says in its in-depth examination of Apple and its suppliers.
Broken hearted? Maybe you’ll like something over here instead?
Oops! It looks like you've already voted..
Sorry, you can only react up to three times.
Please Validate Your Email
Thanks for Registering! Before you can vote or contribute we need to quickly validate your email address. We’ve sent you a confirmation email with instructions. If you don’t receive the email in a few minutes, please check your spam folder.
I know, right? Will your friends agree?
Share this Link
Why The iPhone Isn't Building A New U.S. Middle Class
http://www.buzzfeed.com/theatlanticwire.com/why...Short answer: it's not just wages. The vastly different wages paid to American workers, compa...