Originally Posted by GreaseMonkey
Long term it isn't good because unless new technologies happen here or new jobs can be created, all other service aspects will go down the drain because no one has a job.
It looks good to have your labor expense drop by half if not more, but in the long run it just isn't good.
So if you ask me, you shouldn't be in favor of it. I sure as hell aren't.
He says the opposite, and that's what I'm having trouble understanding.
"People will lose jobs" - short term
"People will find better jobs and enjoy cheaper prices/products" - long term
That leaves me