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Re: the handicap principle

Posted by alexandra_k on March 27, 2018, at 2:24:05

In reply to Re: the handicap principle, posted by alexandra_k on March 27, 2018, at 1:51:58

I think it is because we have too many managers.

I went to a different university. One that didn't have Medicine. And because it didn't have Medicine other programs had more of an opportunity to flourish. Psychology was a big deal. And psychology was a science and a social science. Psychology was a flagship program for social science.

Business / Management / Marketing was a big deal, too. Quite a lot of people did that. And then quite a lot of people did organisational psychology... Trying to merge the two...

And now we have so many managers... Layers and layers and layers of them... And that's where a fair chunk of the money goes.

People gotta make a living.

But the whole women's rights thing...

So, once upon a time men earned a salary. And with that salary they were supposed to support a family. A wife and 2.4 kids, or somesuch.

So then if women want to work, too, then we... Uh... Double the workforce. And, uh, halve the salaries? Is that how it's supposed to go?

I just mean to say that nearly doubling the workforce has to have consequences... And what is supposed to happen with salaries if a salary isn't supposed to support 4.5 people, anymore, it's only supposed to support 1.5 (or similar)?

The math doesn't add up...

And what are people supposed to do, all day? And how do we stop them from accumulating money them-wards (away from the people who are accumulating it currently)?

It's very complicated...




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