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Globalization Future trend in Developed countries and Developing countries

by Rajan

We are witnessing tremendous change on employability in the above two categories. When Globalization become more and more spreading its wings to entire globe we can expect in the next few decades, the size of working age population at both developed and developing countries will change dramatically. According to U.S. Census Bureau, by 2050 the most populous countries with highest ratios of working age population to non-working population will be mostly in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. These countries will have the largest base of employable young population. The developing and under developed countries are yet in a position to emerge as major global labor markets with some exceptions. Those who really needs a bridge in Business frameworks, legal systems, education and infrastructure to be an active part of services Globalization.

Lets compare the current global outsourcing industry and the global service delivery. Each developed and developing countries economic growth depends on each other. Developed countries economy must need the developing countries workforce. Whoever miss the chance either developed countries fail to tap the workforce or the developing countries fail to compete and acquire the outsourcing business will lag in the economic curve. It's a win-win situation for all.

We make the bridge wherever we are, to give face lift to good economic growth of our native. Be a part of outsourcing world, contribute our share to the country. Let us grow along with country's economic growth. Be proud to be an outsourcing service industry.

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Monday, Dec 18th, 2006