We all know that offline outsourcing is often the brunt of brutal job loss attacks, right? Well, I encountered an article earlier this year that shared some of that assault onto a few of the online outsourcing outlets we're all familiar with (oDesk, Elance, vWorker, etc.). Titled, "The End of the Job" (http://www2.macleans.ca/2012/01/20/the-end-of-the-job/), the article calls out Fiverr, Guru, and Freelancer as being bad for the economy, and it's the first time I've seen specific online services charged as "guilty." I'd like hear your opinions on this. Do you agree with the premise of this article? Please state the reason(s) behind your position.
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