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Indian workers too pricey for Jobs

“India isn’t as inexpensive as it used to be,” an unnamed insider was quoted telling Business Week magazine. “The turnover is high, and the competition for good people is strong.”

The company feels it “can do it more efficiently elsewhere.”

According to industry mavens, entry-level wages have climbed by as much as 13 per cent annually from 2000 to 2004, while salaries for mid-level managers have gone up 30 per cent annually during the same period to a median of $31,131.


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