The following video is part of our Motley Fool Exclusive Interview series.
In today's edition, Fool.com analyst Austin Smith interviews acclaimed author and New York Times columnist Charles Duhigg about his recent book, The Power of Habit, and the iEconomy series he's authored for The New York Times.
In one of the pieces Charles recently wrote, he highlights the problem of companies that are under pressure to bring more jobs back to the United States, but are unable to do so because it means becoming noncompetitive.
He also discusses what a company would need to do and how they could help structure themselves to absorb the transition back to a domestic labor force.
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