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A September 2004 report by the National Bureau of Economic Research entitled America's High-Tech Bust found that the U.S.
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A September 2004 report by the National Bureau of Economic Research entitled America's High-Tech Bust found that the U.S. high-tech economy continued to lose 200,000 jobs after the recession was declared over in November 2001.

Offshore statistics from TechsUnite.org (sample from January 2000 to October 2004)

  • Jobs Offshored: 259,391
  • Jobs Lost: 142,553
  • Top 10 companies offshoring:
    • EDS
    • GE
    • Convergys
    • Accenture
    • Computer Sciences
    • MCI
    • Standard Chartered
    • Dell
    • Oracle
    • Sabre
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