Throughout our working years, most of us try to ensure that we receive adequate compensation for our labors. We try to receive an â€œhonest dayâ€™s pay for an honest dayâ€™s work.â€� And if there is to be any dishonesty in this calculation, we prefer that we be dishonestly overpaid.[Read more...]
“I came here because I felt that my children would have a better future here than in Britain,” said a colleague at lunch yesterday.
“It’s very hard to live well in Britain; the country is too crowded. And things are too expensive. If you want a decent house at a decent price, you have to go way out of London. Even then, they’re not easy to find. And then, you spend half your life traveling back and forth to work.[Read more...]