... could employ up to 300 team members by the end of next year.
"This is simply about supply and demand -- like most major U.S. companies we're facing a shortage of qualified technical talent and we're not able to continue to meet this growing demand for such talent here in the United States alone,"
I find it hard to believe there is a "shortage of qualified technical talent" in the US. I would suggest there is a shortage of qualified technical talent in the US that will work for very low wages and very few benefits. Would it still be beneficial for Wells Fargo to outsource if workers from India required the same wages and benefits as US citizens?
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