I believe that the Fathers , the "men " of America today are the biggest fault by far of the decline in our society today ! Single mothers , fatherless households ! Listless , lost and broken children ! If you are the cause of one of these : then its your fault . Come on men , come all you fathers , Ex-husbands ! Give up on the selfish lifestyles and Man the freik - up ! What do you think , bring it on !
A lot of different demographics need to "man up" and do the right thing, including men.
Seems like, as the number of jobs go down, productivity goes up. This would imply that workers are working either longer or harder (giggity!). But of course, given your hypothesis backed up with sources and citations, that should be impossible!
Out of curiosity, OP, have you ever worked in a factory? Because I have. And I'd like to hear what you have to say.
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