Baawwaaahhh!!!!!<quoted text>Or is it that you put too high a value on jobs that aren'tvery much skill worthy? As I said, it doesn't take much skills to work at Costco. The skill is hard labor but, the company sees their employees as an asset, not a cost burden, big difference. Take a market like the drug market. It's flooded with competition. He who provides the the best quality, for the lowest price &, is always available will always make the most money. The idea is, it's not how much you make off of every pieceof product but, how many times you can flip it. Commonsense, if iI flip more than you, I make more money. Therefore, if I give my workers a reason to want to be out there, working hard, the better my profit! Economics 101!
The uneducated thread moron & bigot is teaching Economics 101!!!