THEORY: Stop trying to make reshoring happen
I’d recommend reading the short piece, but if you really can’t make the effort, here’s a summary: low-cost Chinese labor will be elastic for a while yet, but even when China does run out of low-cost workers, producers will make for the subcontinent and Africa. And although relatively higher-wage jobs (think $5 per hour instead of $2, coastal) with electronics producers in China will still mean fairly reliable workers and low per-unit production costs, any reshoring of those jobs to the US will not be a 1:1 reshoring. Chinese productivity is still much lower than US productivity, meaning for every 8-12 jobs China loses to us, we would only gain one. Bummer!