Doing the first job

There is no lack of work to be done. Despite rising unemployment in much of the world, there is still more work than workers. As we look around us today we find slums to be cleaned up, the hungry to be fed, children—and adults too—needing to be educated, cared for, and cultivated. Not only in third and fourth world countries but even in the most affluent nations we find lives that cry out for basic essentials as well as enrichment. There is enough to be done. Why is unemployment growing and productivity declining?

May it be that we are not adequately tackling the first job?

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