New York (June 16, 2004) -- While the majority of workers said the offshore outsourcing of jobs is bad for the U.S. economy, they don't think their own jobs will be impacted, according to a survey by staffing firm Hudson.

Among 2,814 workers polled, 66 percent said the outsourcing of jobs overseas is bad for the economy, and 51 percent think the government should penalize companies that outsource jobs to other countries, Hudson reported.

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