BlinkReads : Productivity and the Education Delusion – Techcrunch

Posted by admin at June 24, 2014

This is the first entry in this section BlinkReads, excerpts of the material I am reading or trying to learn.

“This is the fundamental difference between the two groups of workers we increasingly see in our economy. One group is paid for their time hour-by-hour, doing readily replaceable tasks that continue only so long as they keep their wage depressed. A much smaller group of workers, though, has the ability to leverage their talents to uncouple their hours worked from their wage. Software engineers are a prime example.”

“Most people work at jobs that are easily replaceable, while a narrow group has the ability to amass larger income by leveraging their time, often through technology and finance. ”


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