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Hi.. Al!
Similar problems in all around the world, that minimum wage increases will have an impact on the higher work demands.
workers required to work a maximum and get so much pressure from employers.
in my country, increase the minimum wage is not a happy union. Minimum wage increases only with inflation adjustments.
in my country, minimum wage increases are not identical with the rising purchasing power and welfare of workers.

We probably want more capital investment, then. So we need higher wages and major tweaks to the educational system, an important part of the infrastructure:

I'm guessing we need people working in conjunction with machines that help us think. An interesting way we've already combined the specialties of CPU's and brains is fold.it - harnessing the power of people's minds in these complex systems should be incredibly good for the economy so long as we have the infrastructure to support it.

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