Americans see large U.S. companies as having a more positive effect overseas than they do domestically. While 66% of Americans believe that large U.S. companies do a good job creating good jobs for citizens in other countries where they do business, far fewer, 43%, say the companies do a good job of creating jobs for Americans.
Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Americans Say Big Business Helps Overseas, Less So at Home.
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