—– In the 19th century, fathers and mothers had large families. And those families spent most of their time working or finding work. And the parents often gave their kids a job in their own companies. Or the parents sought work for their kids in the same companies they worked.
—– But in the 21st century, family sizes have dramatically decreased. So families no longer have a need to place their kids. At the same time, companies are pressured to do more with less headcount. So both trends are going in the same direction. Hire less.
—– Families don’t place themselves into jobs, with that internal pressure. And companies resist hiring workers, due to internal and external pressures.
—– Is there another way companies can pursue measurable profit and win?
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