When outsourcing comes to the job market
HILLARY CLINTON: Well, what I want to do is I want everyone to have access to the same opportunity that we do.
And that’s to find out how we can make sure that every single American has the opportunity to succeed.
I’ve made outsourcing part of my agenda, and I’m going to continue to push that agenda, but I want every single person to be able to compete on a level playing field, that they can’t be undercut by a competitor.
And we know that that happens when you have an open market that’s a fair market.
When you have a market that works for everyone, that gives everybody an opportunity to work, and it’s the best way to do it.
And that means that every American should be able and will be able, as a matter of fact, be able.
And if they want to get an education, if they’re interested in learning, they should be encouraged to do so.
So that’s part of it.
But I think the other part of the agenda is to make sure we make sure every American, every single one of them, can get the job.
And the job is not going to be at the expense of the next person.
So, the president-elect has talked about his goal of making sure that everybody can have a fair chance to get the opportunity that they’re looking for, and that’s something that we will be continuing to work on as well.