Monday, June 18, 2012

Oh, that's where it all went.

Sociological Images has this awesome graph that shows the difference between increased productivity and wages
You know what that gap is, right? That 141 percent gap between wages and productivity?

That's living wages, healthcare, retirement, paid time off. That's enough jobs for every one of we distributed the work load in a manner that reflects HOW MUCH MORE WE DO THAN OUR PARENTS DID.

So one again I ask the question, how come it's never shared prosperity? 

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