They make shoes, and buy Boeing 777s with the money. The money goes round and round, and we are all richer when we buy stuff from the guy who makes it with the best combination of quality and price. Buying $100 domestic sneakers and jeans is NOT going to make us richer.
Most economists are in agreement with that.
In fact, foreign workers will buy products made in their own countries because their governments protect their domestic industries. Oh sure, they'll buy some 'American' products ... but most of them aren't made here - they are made in other foreign factories. That may put some profit in the pockets of wealthy investors, but it doesn't put anything in the pockets of American workers. The circle doesn't close. American workers become poorer and income inequality increases.
American workers should not be brought down to some common denominator like income EQUALITY. If they are exceptional workers they should be rewarded for their achievements.
But as long as unions demand income equality, American workers will remain mediocre and foreign workers will outperform them.
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And just when are these people working for $12 dollars an hour suppose to find the money and time to get this training? And can you enlighten us on what training will guarantee someone will actually get a job and one that will pay enough to let one repay the cost of the training? In the years past it was possible to get an entry level job with a company and work your way up through the company but seems like now days more companies are downsizing and outsourcing so even those that have been with a company for several years are seeing their jobs going overseas or south of the boarder all in the name of higher profits for people who don't think they have to pay back to the ones who worked for them for years.