Today’s Workforce

Let me start off with the simple statement that America has 10’s of millions of good, productive, workers, though fewer as a percentage of the population than before. These largely unsung heroes, doing jobs both clean and dirty, have always been the backbone of American greatness.

However, they may no longer be the norm…

Today’s Workforce

Let’s face it; the Sisyphean “traji-comedy” above is almost an iconic representation of those members of the American workforce that we do hear about, the ones clamoring for a higher minimum and/or other privileges that neither their ability nor willingness to work or the jobs they perform have earned.

Related Reading:

The basic laws of human stupidity
Ethics for the Real World: Creating a Personal Code to Guide Decisions in Work and Life
Social Work Values and Ethics (Foundations of Social Work Knowledge Series)
A Cup of Wisdom with a Shot of Sarcasm
Minimum Wages (MIT Press)

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2 Responses to “Today’s Workforce”

  1. Alfie Says:

    If that was a union gig there would be three guys and a police detail.

  2. jonolan Says:

    Yeah. Sadly, that’d be about the size of it.

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