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Jobs that are not relocated abroad (outsourcing)

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Matoser  ๐Ÿ“… 24.10.2012 07:33:55
Jobs that are not relocated abroad (outsourcing)
Hi guys,

I'm interested in logistics, IT and technical procurement and have studied this environment. I noticed that more and more processes are being outsourced, partly
Engineering activities (CAD work) and IT are done in India.

How do you see it,
Which academic professions do you have a long-term future in Germany?
Yo man  ๐Ÿ“… 24.10.2012 09:26:11
Re: Jobs that are not relocated abroad (outsourcing)
I think (almost) all techn. Subjects there is a risk of outsourcing. What interests me, whether the television, the car, the toaster, the PC etc. was built / developed here or elsewhere.

In my opinion, things look different in the non-technical directions. It is difficult to be legally represented from India. OPs and medical services must also be provided on site. It's the same with teaching.

So (incomplete list):
medicine
law
Teaching position
Humanities / social sciences
(* Hihi * grad I find this idea in view of this dogged discussion here: http://www.studis-online.de/Fracht-Brett/read.php?11,1445586,page=1 very funny.)
Re: Jobs that are not relocated abroad (outsourcing)
Nowhere is one so completely immune to outsourcing.

However, this is a problem even within Germany. If the function is moved from Cuxhafen to Friedrichshafen, then that is not nice either. Then a relocation abroad - e.g. Denmark would be much better if you want to stay close to home.

In principle, however, you shouldn't be afraid of too many things, otherwise you will break yourself down. But the considerations make sense.

The list above is pretty good. Mining / extraction of stones, earth, coal would be added; Tax advice and public service. However, one must not forget that every alternative also has disadvantages (ร–D content) and other risks (mining - uneconomical or no longer necessary).

Good risk diversification is nice too. If you move to a metropolitan area (HH, Berlin, Munich, etc.), the risk of job loss is generally lower, as there are many job alternatives on site. If the job is relocated or canceled, you can go elsewhere. "Big German company names" such as Daimler, Siemens, BMW etc. also tend to protect, since the roots in Germany are greater than those of subsidiaries of foreign companies (see Nokia).
Yo man  ๐Ÿ“… 24.10.2012 10:39:10
Re: Jobs that are not relocated abroad (outsourcing)
Graduate Checker wrote:
because the roots in Germany
> because it is bigger than with subsidiaries
> Foreign companies (see Nokia).


Interesting thought! Hasn't NOKIA also "outsourced"?
But only from their land in ours?
Re: Jobs that are not relocated abroad (outsourcing)
Jo one wrote:
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> Graduate checker wrote:
> because the roots in Germany
>> because it is bigger than with subsidiaries
>> Foreign companies (see Nokia).
>
>
> Interesting thought! So NOKIA doesn't have it
> also "outsourced"?
> But only from their land in ours?

Yeah right. That's what Daimler and co do too. But the core of the company with many departments (especially development and staff, which are relevant to us academics) mostly stay in their home country.
Corsa  ๐Ÿ“… 24.10.2012 10:52:46
Re: Jobs that are not relocated abroad (outsourcing)
Jo one wrote:
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> In my opinion, things are different in the non-technical
> Directions. You can get bad from India
> Have legal representation.

In other non-technical areas this is definitely possible. The other day on the phone the contact person of a well-known German company told me that their accounting is done in Romania.

A refund may therefore take some time.
Yo man  ๐Ÿ“… 24.10.2012 11:01:24
Re: Jobs that are not relocated abroad (outsourcing)
Corsa wrote:
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> A refund could therefore be something
> last.

ร–rks, it's nice ...

Of course you are right. So I would go into more detail:
All disciplines that require direct customer contact. Virtually the "front office area" everything from the back office is not safe.
For example, the doctor examines on site, but the laboratory can be in Uzbekistan if the logistics work.

And even there you have to distinguish between personal and telephone contact.
Garden claw  ๐Ÿ“… 24.10.2012 11:15:13
Re: Jobs that are not relocated abroad (outsourcing)
Jo one wrote:
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> Graduate checker wrote:
> because the roots in Germany
>> because it is bigger than with subsidiaries
>> Foreign companies (see Nokia).
>
>
> Interesting thought! So NOKIA doesn't have it
> also "outsourced"?
> But only from their land in ours?


no, they did offshoring and not outsourcing.
Sebastian .....  ๐Ÿ“… 24.10.2012 16:15:58
Re: Jobs that are not relocated abroad (outsourcing)
IT jobs that are difficult to outsource are mainly in IT consulting. As e.g. in the area of โ€‹โ€‹IT architecture, conception, description of requirements, system analysis, customer-oriented software development, project management.


Software that is written entirely in India are mostly just individual components that can be clearly described and structured. These descriptions as well as the construction of the overall system is then again the task of an IT consultant or IT architect, who in turn is very close to the customer and cannot be easily outsourced.
Anonymous  ๐Ÿ“… 24.10.2012 18:15:20
Re: Jobs that are not relocated abroad (outsourcing)
Service is difficult to outsource. How should the Indian from India set up the network here in DE? Or train the employees?
No one will be allowed to fly in there.

btw. Outsourced is not very common nowadays, because DE is a very cheap country.
Clearly in the low-wage sector this is still possible or where there is no demand for quality, but rather mass.
But you remember Gothic Gรถtterdรคmmerung which was completely absent from you. Team was made (I just don't know what Lnad9 and total junk was.
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