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Relying on Globalization, but not too much.

Globalization features in my daily life in a lot of ways. For example, the company I am interning for this summer uses globalization. We have contractors in India, where we wouldn’t be able to complete certain projects without them. They help get the projects done quickly and help improve the overall company. Another example of globalization in my daily life is the car I use every day. The car is a Hyundai which is a South Korean car. Without globalization the company wouldn’t be as successful, and I wouldn’t be able to get to work. Globalization has impacted my close and extended in many ways. One example is that my brother has a Samsung phone. Samsung is also from Korea and I wouldn’t be able to contact him easily without that phone. My mom’s car is a Toyota, which is from Japan. If it wasn’t for her car, she wouldn’t be able to go to work and provide for the family. Globalization is throughout my family’s lives and I don’t think we would be where we are at without it. Globalization has been very good the United States, but too much globalization could be bad. Globalization has helped the United States grow as one of the leading technology countries in the world. But if we overdue with globalization, then it could be hurtful to the United States by taking common jobs away from Americans. Globalization is needed in the world today, but we have to monitor how much to make sure it doesn’t end up hurting us in the long run.

By: Ryan Dietz

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