Future MBAs see many jobs as "potentially offshorable"

12/2/2008 | Harvard Business School

Tomorrow's business leaders see tremendous potential in sending more U.S. jobs offshore -- and in keeping economic tasks on the march around the globe as national conditions change, according to research on the Harvard MBA class of 2009. "Increasingly, jobs are being viewed as groups of tasks that can be bundled, unbundled, and sent to different places," says Harvard professor Jan Rivkin, one of the faculty members directing the exercise.

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