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One of the biggest ironies about Donald Trump's Presidential campaign is his pledge to bring back jobs that have been outsourced to other countries--the major driver behind his support from blue-collar workers.
Outsourcing closer to home than India or the Philippines in order to have more business being handled on (or around) the same timezone is a good way to take a leap into delegating work that you shouldn't be doing anyhow.
Ultimately, it will be up to each of us to choose where outsourced workers are located. You have to make the best choices for your personal ethics and what's best for your business. But if you're ready, here're a few thoughts to help you get started.