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November 25th, 2012
thesmithian
Whenever you see some business person…complaining about how he or she can’t find workers with the necessary skills, ask what wage they’re offering. Almost always, it turns out that what said business person really wants is highly (and expensively) educated workers at a manual-labor wage. No wonder they come up short.
Paul Krugman, at the New York Times.
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