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Fourteen minutes while some good news this morning ahead of tomorrow's big jobs report -- 176000.
Jobs out of -- bank.
-- the great Christmas showing a 39% gotten planned layoffs hitting a thirteen month low and it.
Initial claims coming in lower than expected with their biggest decline since the month of April but.
With -- dismal unemployment report still looming large is enough being done to bring jobs back to the United States very much -- -- -- their daughter joins me now -- you know month the president said that jobs that were once -- -- returning to the US but critics say.
That's not the case it's a good right here.
As that the president is right jobs are actually -- shoring -- it's not a flawed it say but it's more than a trickle.
Our best estimates are that about.
Manufacturing jobs have been reassured.
Maybe 5000 call center -- IT jobs I've actually had Wall Street firms contact me for help identifying companies that will benefit from re shoring.
I MTS the second largest trade show in the US has made reassuring one of their main theme.
And -- up -- isn't several examples here because you know the president over and over has had a companies like General Electric like Caterpillar.
He works obviously closely with those CEOs they in -- there are.
-- building plants building things can United States -- you got companies.
-- like Honeywell bear sending jobs overseas eliminating the US jobs there biosciences Boston Scientific -- he's made this a jobs to Costa -- killed in here.
You know go to China as a -- play it companies that are still saying we can't afford to to do business here in the United States so what does that trend stop.
Then we we believe that -- offshoring is slowing that there's fewer jobs being off -- each year.
So we we believe that the the increased competitiveness that the US has slowed down has slowed the trend to offshore.
And the same time we've dramatically increase the trend to bring it back but offshoring is huge offshoring.
-- a trillion dollars a year and a half a trillion and -- -- -- maybe 5% or 2%.
Yeah apparently -- what -- how do you convince Saddam a US based company.
-- to keep jobs the United States do what advantage to they have with a 35% effective tax rate in this country.
Now they didn't -- way to convince them is to convince them to analyzer total cost to met most of them that went offshore.
Price variance they they sought the lowest wage the lowest.
Price and they ignored a whole range of other cost the travel cost the intellectual property risk -- carrying cost of inventory.
The 2530 other cost that -- ignoring.
And so we do -- what through -- initiative does this provider free software.
For them to make a more objective decision to understand all those cost and therefore decide to bring it back it's it's a long educational process.
It has been at the same time you know we're looking at daily data ever gonna get this big number tomorrow for jobs for -- manufacturing expectations are horrific so that is going to be a loss of manufacturing jobs.
How to how -- we address the issue that a lot of American companies are making anything in America anymore.
Well first first obviously we we are still making a lot there's still.
You know 1011 million manufacture workers in the United States and we fed productivity increases that help with that.
The I think that it actually that is probably one of the keys to bring manufacturing back.
Is skilled workforce that's why I wore my manufacturing -- -- T -- today we have to change the image of manufacturing.
And it's it's important that -- companies understand that that society understands.
That re shoring is happening because then the smarter.
More aggressive students many of them will become the skilled manufacturing professionals that we need to compete.
-- -- working with the president's only wanna see jobs credit in this country at some point Harry leisure restoring initiative president Harry thank camp like the teacher thank you river.
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