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What happened to the logical premise that people receive payment in accordance to their educational,

skill set, brand, & customer/public demand level, not to mention level of job complexity & responsibility? Why do some people strongly contend that job payment should be equally distributed despite jobs required vastly divergent educational, skill set, complexity, & responsibility levels?

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Best Answer Tamara Wilhite (tamarawilhite) says

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    bradmasterOCcal 9 months ago

    Most college degrees are worthless. They are only check marks on application forms, and then only important when the person has little to no experience.

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    Lisa Vollrath (lisavollrath) 9 months ago

    If "experience and accomplishment trump education" were true, companies wouldn't lay off older, more experience workers, and hire younger, less experienced workers to replace them. The only thing that matters to any company is the almighty dollar.

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