Do We Really Need Skilled Workers?

Wouldn’t amateurs filling those roles be cheaper?

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The term “essential workers” existed before Covid, but has taken on new life in the pandemic era. Without people picking produce, delivering it to grocery stores, and stacking it on shelves, the casual plenty in which we planned our meals transforms into disconcerting scarcity. That work is essential.

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