“…With modern technology, businesses and their employees can be connected from anywhere, so it’s easy to pick a new home for your company based on cheaper taxes, lower wages, or whatever else a company is looking for…”
Policy and People
43% of respondents from the National Business Research Institute study said that “the need to fill the positions quickly” was the main reason that bad hires are made.
So, if you bring lower wage jobs into the same wage range as other middle-class jobs, does that mean that the two groups are now in competition with each other? Does this mean that qualifications and standards for employment in those once low-paying jobs will go up too?”
“Think about how your own interviews are conducted. Would anyone want to watch or listen to them? Maybe you think your candidate isn’t interesting enough for people to want to listen.”
“Most people want their kid to attend a good school. A lot of parents are willing to pay a premium for this. People who care about education tend to be well-educated themselves, or grew up with parents who cared about education. This education leads to a higher average income, which gives parents a choice to live in more expensive, more desirable towns…”