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To Understand Rising Inequality, Consider the Janitors at Two Top Companies, Then and Now
tl;dr - outsourcing puts a cap on people's movement, as you have to go from one organisation to another, rather than being able to rise through the ranks.

It's a "divide and conquer" move, which makes it possible to crush the people at the bottom, because they aren't part of the same "us" as the people further up the economic chain.
economics  jobs  work  inequality 
september 2017 by andrewducker
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