25% of the jobs in America may be under the siege of foreign competition in the coming years. This will leave many people working high risk jobs, unemployed and low skilled jobs will become automated. Simultaneously the aftermath across united stated will leave millions displaced, mostly low-skilled workers with less education.
Communities prone to economically unstable cycles will be particularly hurt more than others.
After the recession ended in 2009 many companies were able to avoid the offshoring and automation of their jobs but with no foreseeable result. When opportunity dries up and highly skilled educated workers transition jobs, large companies see everyone else as expendable.
Metropolitans across the united states will be submerged in unemployment, poverty, and social isolation. An economically oppressed community will continuously yield individuals with low-skillset and minimal education who are commonly over looked and neglected in the work place. 10 jobs in highest risk of offshoring