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The Dignity of Labor — ‘Low-Skill’ and Otherwise

While it shouldn’t be controversial to say that some have fewer job skills than others, there aren’t any jobs requiring ‘no skill.’

Asher Brown Durand: Banknote vignette with a blacksmith and forge, circa 1824-1837.

Asher Brown Durand: Banknote vignette with a blacksmith and forge, circa 1824-1837. Metropolitan Museum of Art via Wikimedia Commons

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Veronique de Rugy is the George Gibbs Chair in Political Economy and a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

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