Attributed to Desprez, Louis Jean (French painter, architect, printmaker, 1743-1804)
Previously attributed to Abildgaard, Nicolai Abraham (Danish painter, 1743-1809)
Yep, labor is work....forced labor....giving birth to an eventual new member of the workforced.
And the forced is always with us, because ‘we the people’ are the producers and the consumers (which I’ve ranted about in previous posts.)
There would be no economy without ‘we the people’.
America doesn't just `need a raise,' we need a new national norm for wage growth
And it’s all about corporate greed. They don’t seem to understand, the more money a person has the more they will spend which boosts economic growth. Right? *sigh*
The rich get richer, and the poor grow in numbers....
...and I'm not even going to mention the fact that many women get paid less than a man for the same job, or that they insult certain races by giving dumb-downed tests as if they aren't as smart as others, or that jobs should be given to those most qualified and not because you know and/or are related someone. Yes, there need be a lot of reformation.
So once again, here is a little history-
So let us all give ourselves a pat on the back and much applause for our labors....and an extra for the moms out there increasing our numbers...hey, it boosts the economy!