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The "most manual of the labors" that I'm referring to is a reference to other professions as well, like electricians, water sanitation workers, garbage collectors, EMS (paramedics that drive out to assist the injured, etc... While pay is reduced to minimum wage for some of the highest, least physical in labor, of the professions, like politicians, CEOs and founders of Banks and Corporate businesses.
Nearth179 Nearth179 22-25 2 Answers Jan 3, 2013 in Hobbies

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It's an attractive idea isn't it. How much would you pay people who clean toilets? That's the question I always ask myself.

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If I had the resources, quite a bit, or else I'd just do it myself. I think sanitation is pretty mandatory for several types of workplaces.

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No. It wouldn't work. Even though I am around minimum wage, I admit anyone can do my job. Not everyone can be a Corporate leader or Financial leader. As for Politicians...give them basic living expenses and a normal wage only.

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Wouldn't anyone with the passion for it, be capable of such things? Just an honest question. Thank you for the answer.

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I don't think so. Anyone can lay bricks, scrub a toilet or collect rubbish bins. Not everyone can formulate a profitable business model.

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People that lack the physical conditioning would probably fail horribly at laying bricks, or many other various types of jobs. In the event of scrubbing toilets, I'd imagine a person that had a weak immune system would eventually get sick and die.

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