This article talks about the relationship between trade with China and how it has created a gap between high and low skilled jobs. Because the cost to make something in China as well as other third world countries is much less than making it in America, more and more companies are moving out of the US and setting up factories else where thus taking away factory jobs i.e medium skilled jobs from Americans. Without these medium skilled jobs, people who don’t have the ability to work a higher skilled job have to resort to a lower skilled job where the pay is much lower. This also creates an other gap between upper class and lower class. Many Americans believe that foreign workers are “stealing their jobs” which in fact it’s American companies taking away jobs from Americans. Many products made in foreign countries aren’t being sold by the third world country they are made in but in fact sold by American companies. American companies chose to have their produce made over seas because the cost of labor and raw materials cost less over seas.