Thomas Friedman's The World Is Flat

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The book, The World Is Flat by Thomas Friedman (American journalist, author, and three-time Pulitzer winner) said, "The key to thriving, as an individual, in a flat world is figuring out how to make yourself "untouchable" (280). The term untouchable means someone whose job will not be outsourced. Automation and outsourcing have displaced workers from their jobs. Workers now a days should be trained to become untouchables so they could maintain fungible jobs. The Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences in Yakima has trained students who would like to pursue professions in the medical field. Medical professions are middle job categories in human skills of a collaborator, adapter, and explainer are extremely necessary. Having more workers

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