- Capitalism and Alternatives -

'Regular interaction'

Posted by: Stoller on December 17, 1999 at 20:46:16:

In Reply to: Primary industry is all but extinct. posted by Darcy Carter on December 17, 1999 at 19:58:35:

: : I would doubt that most people now do "Totally unskilled" work. More people in the UK are employed in the service industry than in any other sector. Many of these jobs involve regular interaction with the public and colleagues, and can hardly be compared with mind-mumbing and repetitive unskilled jobs of the early industrial revolution.

Oh really?

'Service industry'?

As in: waiting tables and standing at cash registers?---jobs like that?

THAT'S your idea of ' regular interaction with the public and colleagues'?

'Regular interaction' is NOT servicing people.

: Fortunately for us, capitalism has brought about advances...

And into the dustbin with the rest...

Follow Ups:


The Debating Room Post a Followup