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A huge difference in salaries between Puerto Rico and Mississippi

How much of the lower salaries in PR are related to the inefficiencies and lower productivity of Puerto Rican workers?   Spend a day in the DMV getting a driver’s license or renewing your car compared to doing the same … Continue reading

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The Puerto Rico productivity problem – Puerto Ricans promoting inefficiency, wasting time, not utilizing best practices

Puerto Rico productivity and GDP are greatly harmed by Puerto Ricans widespread low email response rates and lack of proper customer service skills.  The reason why this is a problem is because Puerto Rico operates in a global economy where … Continue reading

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Where’s the Long-Term Plan for Puerto Rico’s Fiscal Crisis?

USA overall labor force participation rate 63% vs 40% in Puerto Rico because far more able-bodied people in PR are choosing not to work, instead choosing to live on welfare. http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2016/01/04/wheres-the-long-term-plan-for-puerto-ricos-financial-crisis Where’s the Long-Term Plan for Puerto Rico’s Fiscal Crisis? … Continue reading

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Memo To The Fight For $15: Puerto Rico Happens With A Too High Minimum Wage

The real minimum wage is $0 per hour because when employers cannot justify paying someone who is worth $2/hour while training them the required $7/hour or whatever the minimum wage, they will not employ that person at all. Thus, that … Continue reading

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