At a crossroads

Before the industrial revolution, tradespeople were paid wages on a paid-per-piece business model. As factories were built and assembly lines began to buzz, workers enjoyed a more reliable paycheck based on time over output, while owners enjoyed the upside of the output. More widgets went out the door thanks to automation, while value remained in workers’ time over productivity. The same could be said of the …

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