Nt all of that is good, and saying unions brought most of those is the worst possible kind of revisionist bullshit there is.
Yes at one point in the very distant past there was some real reason to have unions. But they are proof of the statement that "absolute power corrupts absolutely" and the usefulness they once had has vanished... I hold no grudge against existing unions, well the ones that have let the companies live anyway. To form new unions in this day and age is to strangle a company of entire sector of industry in the cradle.
That's almost funny.
except for the increased wages by bringing strike pressure to bear.
Totally vaporized and then some by the overhead of the union.
Unions get enough extra to thrive themselves, over time the union leaders care nothing for the workers but only for personal income to grow the union - to the extent they do not care if they kill the host they are attached to, putting many out of work.
At least that's how it has played out so far over the last few decades. Why is there any reason to think it will alter for Uber? There is none.
Yes, far from "worrying" about this, I was in fact EXPECTING that the quality of the major you had in terms of employability would be factored in. It would restore balance to a totally out of whack system where a kid that doesn't know any better can easily rack up debt that will follow them into retirement!
Real programs don't eat cache.