There's no unions in China and their wages still increased. How did that happen with no unions?<quoted text>
more importantly, organized labor who cares less if the company they work for goes bankrupt has had companies move to where people want to work hard to better themselves.
other countries have better educated people applying for positions, where the entitled American is worried about vacation days.
Name 1 chinese company who closed due to employees strike. Just 1 please.
Supply and demand, that's how. When there's more work than workers, wages increase. When there's more workers than work, wages decrease.
That's the way it should work in our country, and it would work pretty good too. The problem here is we try to augment supply and demand with minimum wage increases, unions and illegal labor.
If we didn't keep throwing monkey wrenches into the works, supply and demand for employment would work out perfectly.
I think what's happening now is that unions are dying faster than ObamaCare. Wages decrease because again, too many workers and not enough work. Once again, we are slowly getting back into competition. We may not be making the kind of money we did years ago, but what's better, lower paying jobs or no jobs?
It's the message we conservatives have been trying to relay to the sheep for many years. They told us we were nuts. We were only looking out for our corporate buddies. We just wanted to see the rich get richer. And as usual, now they see we were right all along.