There's countless reasons why you don't tell people ahead of time,
Sure, but there's fewer reasons to not tell them if they actually ask. Again, if you cannot trust the employer to be honest with you about the security of your position when directly asked about the matter, then you probably should not be working for them in the first place
I'm not sure how that games anything.... when it comes to welfare, you aren't eligible if your SO makes more than a certain amount, and if you share a bedroom with a person, then welfare considers that person your SO. Regardless of their gender, regardless of yours, and regardless of any claims that you might make that you are not married.
Also, you can't collect welfare while you are going to school. There's student loans for that.
Supply is one variable. Delivered cost is another
Only if the provider is interested in passing along savings to the consumer. With essential goods like food and housing, the provider has no incentive to do this since the demand is going to be there regardless of how much they charge, and improved technology that cuts the provider's costs only results in higher profit margins for them rather than reduced costs for the consumer. At best, it only slows down the rate of inflation for those goods, but does not decrease their cost.
That low wage job they might be able to get pays the same or less than welfare.
Generally not... do you know how little welfare is Ontario? Even minimum wage jobs will tend to be more worthwhile.
In nature noone owns anything
False, in nature, you own whatever you possess as long as nobody has the ability to take it from you at the time. If both criteria are not present, then you do not own it... the second point can sometimes be hard to meet, but it is definitely not impossible in many cases. It is entirely possible to own something in nature at one time and not at another if circumstances surrounding either possession or the ability to take it from you ever change.
No... supply exceeding demand makes things cheaper. Self-checkouts, for instance do not offer any savings to consumers that use them over using a checkout with a human teller, for instance.
Automation only comes into play at possibly making things more affordable because it may make large enough supplies possible in certain industries, particularly in the area of luxury items, but the possibility of such an increase in supply does not translate to every industry.
It's cute that you appear to really believe that. really it is.
In reality, they will continue to charge whatever price nets them the most profit, and if they think that lowering their price even has a chance of lowering the bottom line, forget about it.
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