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Dale

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supply and demand applied to labor
Posted: Feb 11, 2014 9:15 PM
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what if you applied the laws of supply and demand to labor?

the work less people want gets paid more

the work people want more gets paid less

no harm done to meritocracy, more meritocracy since the demand of labor
is satisfied better resulting in a more plausible production model, and
more labor and wages giving demand for products and service

for instance, a coal miner gets paid more than a schmoozer

not applying laws of supply and demand to labor violates capitalism

we do not have capitalism, we have only prestige, its like saying your
title is more important than your pay, its like saying titles are more
important than capitalism

"one day the bottom will drop out" Bob Marley

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Dale


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