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Monday, February 06, 2006

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Lord

The US is really leading the way and that appears in the productivity numbers. Some economists have argued that since the developing countries have more unskilled than skilled labor, unskilled renumeration would fall and skilled may rise. This does not take into account which positions are most exposed to globalization though. Some of the highest paid unskilled jobs, such as manufacturing, are wide open, but very few others are, but many more skilled jobs, those performed at a desk on a computer, are wide open. This results in more wage pressure at the high than at the low end.

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