and workshop. It's a fine workshop. Me and my assistant, Mr. Scratch.
I don't need to be paid as much, and I don't need health care to be employer provided. Perhaps if the minimum wage were lower....So why aren't you working for less?You are a drag on the economy, because you are being paid more than Chinese labourers (or robots). If you weren't such a leach, the Job Creatorz ™ could be taking home more of their money.
The Economy's Real Problem: That Overpaid Working ClassCBS - Money WatchJuly 26, 2011 The real problem facing business today? All those overpaid line workers. That’s the conclusion of a new report from consultants Booz & Co., which will surely be welcome news for the many CEOs now surviving on food stamps. The study is a masterpiece of rationalization. Using a dizzying pallet of business jargon, the authors have created an argument for non-executive layoffs and wage cuts hermetically sealed from what the rest of us are inclined to call “reality.” It is a wonderful place entirely free of people like former GM CEO Rick Wagoner and Richard Fuld, the last CEO of Lehmann Bros., who respectively got $14 million and $34 million a year to bankrupt their companies. (I don’t remember what Fuld’s golden parachute was, but Wagoner got $20 million for driving the world’s largest corporation into a ditch.) continued at www.cbsnews.com/8301-505123_162-49641052/the-economys-real-problem-that-overpaid-working-class/
Perhaps if the minimum wage were lower....Lower the minimum wage to $0.00, and we'll have 0.0% unemployment.
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