The U.S. Labor Department just released productivity numbers for the spring quarter and they are on the rise—productivity is the highest in six years. We talk to Kelly Evans, economics reporter for the Wall Street Journal.
Productivity on the rise, really? And you people can actually report this as if it were news and still look at yourselves in the face...
Must one have to tell you that the reason why productivity is up is because those of us who are still lucky enough to have a job have no choice but to carry the brunt of the entire finance crisis on our shoulders? Just because the boss let go 10 people or 20 or a 100 doesn't mean that we work less, on the contrary, it means that now we have to do our job plus the job of those 100 that were let go so that the few of us could be spared. People, this ain't rocket science, seriously...
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