Is America really sending jobs overseas if a union decides to stay on strike after the company threatens it will have to close and does?
Hostess closed its doors and went out of business. The Bimbo baking company in Mexico has said it wants to buy the brand. I'm not going to pretend I knew all the details about what the union workers were demanding. I'm just wondering if that counts as jobs "sent" overseas or was it just the workers not wanting to concede benefits. Seems to me a job that pays a little less is still better than no job.