when I got out of law school I had several offers-some from Big $$$$ new york or san fran firms. I went with a smaller firm in Ohio so I could get trial experience. They paid me about 30 an hour to start and billed my time at 125. They made money off my labor but trained me how to be a pretty decent trial attorney which allowed me to get a better job at a different employer.
Now if they didn't make any money off me wtf would they hire me? You don't seem to understand how the world works
no insult intended but what exactly do you do for a job?
The worker is allowed to work, yes or starve. But why does the CEO get so wealthy? What is he actually doing? His workers make cars that generate thousands in profit, but he pays them $15 an hour?
Don't tread on me= Don't tread on my corporate masters
$15 an hour to build a car probably isn't the best example for your argument, but I understand.
The subject is taxation. Of course there would be (or should be) a minimum income exception. A day laborer who is not able to earn more than $6 an hour his best year, for example, should get a pass.
You also mentioned a guaranteed wage. That would certainly prevent a lot of start-up businesses that do not have the capital to meet a mandated minimum payroll. Those are entry level or temp jobs that will never be created in your system.