As wages rise, so will the industrial temperature
Economies have cycles, but the wages hike that is about to occur won’t happen automatically
Economic cycles are as old as the Bible. And we are about to go through another one. But this one will involve industrial unrest.
Just to jog your memory. Do you remember when the pharaoh awoke petrified by a dream? The pharaoh dreamed that he was standing by the Nile and that seven cows, “attractive and plump”, came and fed in the rich grass by the waters. Then he saw seven skinny, ugly cows, and...
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