Places to travel the world on Labor markets cannot exist without a significant number of people willing to work for a wage. But it is widely accepted within both orthodox and heterodox economic theories that people work for a wage because the wage embodies a bundle of useful goods, of consumption goods. Thus, the wage may be paid in kind, where the worker directly receives as part of the wage such consumer goods as food, clothing, shelter. If the wage is monetized, then there must be sufficient goods available for purchase in money such that the worker can buy these goods with her wage. The wage is, therefore, only of indirect value to the worker. Perhaps, then, the idea that markets are critical to capitalism is wellgrounded. The labor market may be linked by definition to capitalism, but perhaps widespread consumer-goods markets are conditions for the existence of the labor market. Places to travel the world 2016.
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