1. As technology advances the need for less skilled labor decreases
2. For many consumers Price and brand loyalty is more important than things made in America
3. It is illogical to assume every manufacturing industry in the US is immune from ever being outdated and well always be competitive
4. It is unfair to assume that lower wages , less benefits and less environmental regulations are the only reasons why a company might want to globalize. If a company wants to be closer to raw material, compete with a new market, if they are able to satisfy all there US consumers with one less factory and open a new market with another country, other country have their consumers more focused on buying products made there so it makes sense to redirect a companies resources, if a company could get a bilingual individual with a higher education to work on a job oversees why wouldn’t they?
5. If to work in a factory in the US many times it only requires a high school education or less. How can you justify wanting to make such a big increase in pay for factory workers when you consider how underpaid teachers are. Before making a pay increase for factory workers and other individuals who’s job only requires a high school education or less , why not advocate and ensure better pay for law enforcement, healthcare and education.
6. Unless mandated to there is no guarantee a CEO will use a tax break to increase labor or salaries of employees.