And yet the starting pay for a new McDonalds shift supervisor is 40% more than what the company in the OP wants to pay someone with much more technical skill.
I encourage to keep taking long walks in the woods, away from the computer.
Get some ambition on the workers part and if the complaint on the employers part is a mismatch of skills, outcome and labor costs then they got a problem.
The product is only worth so much.
Complaining about the wage doesn’t really do anyone any good.
If the market says a product is only worth “X” then the wage, the only real cost that can destroy value, has to be “Y”.
That’s why Apple products are produced and assembled in China.
Gonna go for that walk this afternoon and contemplate.
My arm is feeling better and I think I need more money. I think best out there...