The Pros And Cons Of Non-Union Workers

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As the world developing, the advancements in technology has become a heated topic. While the majority of labor union members believe it is immoral to have hi-tech machines do the jobs of human workers, the other majority of non-union workers opposed this idea. It has been said: "Majority ignorance is as common as majority wisdom" (Ruggiero, 2015, p. 23). Therefore, majority view should not be used as a measurement of morality in this instance, or in any other cases. For this case, what the development of the advanced technology does is not just to eliminate old jobs and also creates new jobs. For example, machines cannot just appear or maintain by themselves, they need human to design, to build, to establish programs, and so on, to be able

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