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M. T. Dremer says
I've known pretty girls that weren't models, great baseball players who didn't go pro, and smart people who made low wages. Destiny rewards those who are bold. That is something that can't be taught.
M.T. Dremer, BizWhiz, I totally agree. In the middle of the bell curve, there is an "x" factor. However, maybe at the right-handed extreme where neurosurgeons and astronauts reside, worth is determined solely by education, talent, and intelligence.
Very true, but it takes the x factor to make it through the education and training 2 b those. I have a nephew that is very intelligent and wants to be a doctor, but he is too lazy. He would rather coast than push his limits.
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Patty Inglish says
Oh, the squeaky wheel I mentioned was general public, not workers at the workplace. As for talented workers being bullied, that is supply and demand. Too many Americans with degrees for the amount of jobs that need a degree. I am running out of space
I don't think so. In my market area, anyone who does well is bullied at work, at school, in some churches, and in clubs. We have tons of jobs available at high wages and tons more at moderate and beginning wages;and not enough workers to fill them.
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Yoleen Lucas says
It is sad to say, but by outsourcing it the way everything else is. That is the rate we r going. 1000's of farmland acreage a day are being sold and turned n2 suburban neighborhoods. Soon it will be too expensive to produce food n the US.
Kiss andTales says
Mature people know this but there ARE so many people who maintain that some people should not be wealthy by the dint of their own efforts if there are poor people around. People are paid commensurate to their education/skill levels no more no less.
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