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Job anxiety? Breathe into a bag
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I had the good fortune recently to participate in a panel at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco. The topic, everyone's favorite: offshoring. Many of the panelists felt the same way I have for some time: The sky's not falling and may never. Consider professor Clair Brown's take. The UC Berkeley economist points out that if you're offshoring to a country such as India strictly for reasons of cost control, you're misguided. It takes much more time to specify de


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