Government, Minorities, Women: Contract Labor Economics

Contract Labor Economics Relations encompasses all dealings, transactions, and activities affecting the determination and enforcement of the terms and conditions of employment. The relations between employers and employees developed differently in various parts of the world. In particular, the goals and activities of European trade unions differ considerably from those of trade unions in the U.S. In Europe, customs and laws bearing on labor relations are often basically dissimilar even in neighboring countries. European trade unions are primarily national organizations allied closely with political movements and parties. By contrast, the trade union movement in the U.S. developed with a marked degree of uniformity. The typical U.S. trade union is primarily a local organization devoted to the advancement and protection of the economic interests of its members. It usually has national and statewide affiliations but no loyalty to a particular political ideology. In the early 19th century, before the growth of the factory system, wages and hours of work were usually arranged in direct dealings between employers and individual employees. The prevailing legal and social opinions and the economic situation did not favor the development of workers' organizations. Through 20th century many things had changed in world economy and therefore in labor relations such as technological development which allowed large amount of our society to work more efficiently with big profitable range. In 20th century women and minorities had became significant labor force whom they were not in 18 and 19 century. In this paper I'll present the conditions and theories that were presented by the most famous sociologists and economists.

One of such theories which I would like to observe is neoclassicist. But before I'll start to investigate Contract Labor Economics from neoclassicist point of view let me to explain what the neoclassicism is and what input it has on our society. Samuel Johnson once said that neoclassicism is: "The irregular combinations of fanciful inventions may delight a-while, by that novelty of which the common satiety of life sends us all in quest; but the pleasures of sudden wonder are soon exhausted, and the mind can only repose on the stability of truth." This quote is stating that newly improved inventions through the use of technology are helpful to us as a society, but the real truth rests with mankind. For example, many people buy computers to help maintain data or even solve a problem quicker, however, computers have been proven to be unreliable. Computers can suffer from various types of viruses and have to be constantly upgraded in order to perform efficiently. This is one reason that humans cannot rely on enhanced inventions. However we need to rely on our government which in the same way should support us in many different ways would it be our job or social status. As for example the government should pay poor families money to obtain their children for food. What I mean is that there are a lot of starving people in the world today. Many countries acquire help from neighboring countries. I feel that every life is precious no matter where you come from. To conclude, I feel that society has come a long way, due to different technically methods of food sources. Even though humanity uses the same methods of burial, mankind has discovered a better way of burning civilization. These features are important in society, because mankind is always trying to reinvent something original, trying to make it more modern. When mankind reinvent something old, it's exciting, because it can be the next step of finding a cure or saving energy. After this is done, the stability of truth can be its premier summit. ...

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