Employment

Perhaps the question of employment looms on the horizon of the business world with greater force to-day than ever before; and to many it suggests fear of what the future may bring. World conditions are rapidly changing; industries are being reorganized; machines are replacing labor. Furthermore, in certain quarters the thought is finding acceptance that only youth is wanted to manage the business of the world, and that the more mature workers are being forced out of employment.

What answer is humanity returning to these suggestions, put forward in the name of necessity and progress, which would, if they could, submerge many in fear and disaster? It is evident that whoever has accepted them is unable to give a satisfactory explanation of the phenomenon, or to find any remedy for it.

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