Big U.S. Companies Reveal How Much They Rely on Overseas Workers

Many U.S. multinationals are now disclosing their proportion of overseas workers under new SEC rules, which shows how jobs in low-cost countries are growing faster than in US. The regulation, which requires publicly traded U.S. companies to disclose the gap between what they pay their CEO and what they pay their median worker, and the ratio between the two, has led most of the companies to also disclose where their median worker resides. 

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