One argument for businesses to consider hiring abroad is that it can save money on payroll. However, you can still fairly rewarding all employees. Educated employees from another country can often be hired at a considerably lesser cost than in the United States. In many other countries the US dollar is worth more than it is in the United States. When the amount you pay these employees is adjusted to their respective markets, they are appropriately paid at a level that would likely be considered unfair by US standards.
Moreover, recruiting abroad allows you to reach a larger pool of candidates. By reducing geographic constraints, you may be able to identify more qualified individuals in nations other than your own or the United States. The more qualified a candidate, the more valuable they will be to your organization.
Futhermore, with a broader pool of possible employees from other nations comes the opportunity to enter new markets as well as grow. Many foreign workers are bilingual or multilingual. This opens unlimited opportunities for meeting potential clients who do not speak English and selling items to non-English speakers. Moreover, other-country natives can also assist your organization in overcoming any cultural gaps your US staff may have with some clients. In addition, to the language and cultural benefits of recruiting abroad, these workers may bring new perspectives from business techniques they’ve seen in their home countries that are relatively unknown or unused in the United States.