My spin: enlightening story about how workers are being fired, but first training their lower costing replacements.
MSNBC News Clip: Scott Kirwin clung to his job at a large investment bank through several rounds of layoffs last year. Friends marveled at the computer programmer’s ability to dodge pink slips during the worst technology downturn in a decade. But it was tough for Kirwin, 36, to relish his final assignment: training a group of programmers from India who would replace him within a year.(full story)
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