We have all heard of the “10,000 hours rule.” This is a rule that states that you should put in 10,000 hours of training per year. My wife and I have found that 10,000 hours is not enough training. We use this rule to estimate the time it takes to complete a certain task. For example, when I was a janitor I was told that, “you should only work 10,000 hours per year.
The reason we don’t do this is because we know we can’t do any more on this one. Instead, we’re supposed to be doing a full-time job and being a part of the team that works hard to get the job done.
Sounds like a great rule. In this case, it does a very good job of describing what it means to be a labor. We can use it to estimate how much time we spend on a given task, but it also defines our value as labor. If we are to be a part of the team that works hard to get the job done, our value as labor is measured by how much time we spend on that task. Not very hard.
If we consider the labor we spend on a project as the time we spend doing work then the value we give to the project is our contribution to the project. This means that a project that takes less time to do will have a higher value to us as labor. The same can be said about tasks that we take on more often. The value of a task is the time we devote to our job. The value of a task is the amount of time we devote to it.
This is the same idea as the labor concept. If I do something for a week and I give my time and effort to it, and you do that for a week and you give your time and effort to it, we get value for the task. This is a very important concept to keep in mind.
Labor is something that is given freely to us by others. We aren’t paid for our work, and we aren’t compensated for our time. That’s not to say we don’t do our work for free (some people do). But we do it for free, because we’ve been given the opportunity to do it. If you work for $0.10 an hour, you’ve been given that opportunity to work for $0.25 an hour.
This concept of labor mobility is very important to understand. Because as we all know, the world is a very unforgiving place. We do not get the opportunity to work for free if we choose to work for it. And we should not be giving up our time and effort for a measly 0.1 an hour. The only way we can truly make a true effort for what we are doing is if we are giving up our time and effort for the opportunity to work for it.
When we think of a labor mobility opportunity, we think of something like a vacation. Many of us take a vacation to the beach every summer, but the important thing to remember is that a vacation is a reward, not an exchange. When you get to the beach and you are given the opportunity to work for free, you should not be giving up your time and effort for the opportunity to work for it.
We should not give up our time and effort for a vacation. We should give every single day we are alive to work for it.
Of course, the fact that labor mobility is a perk is something we have to consider. When there is no compensation, workers have to take on more risk and riskier tasks in order to make ends meet. That’s why employers have to make a lot of rules to keep workers safe. They have to pay for things like health insurance, but also offer workman’s comp for those who are injured on the job. This is the point at which we should start thinking about labor mobility.