Great points. It also does not help the private sector & small business / entrepreneurs that Canadian business rules are typically OVER-REGULATED, with multi-layers of governments overly obsessed with collecting large amounts of taxes & extra fees & fines over the extremely complex and stringent rules they created, especially compare to other countries. Private sectors is getting squeezed out in favour of even more bigger government bureaucracy.FreshCo wrote: ↑ It is very disappointing, and especially rampant in Canada. Private sector pensions and salaries typically lag (on average) with the public sector. Not to mention, you are typically working longer hours in the private sector.
Doesn’t leave me with an optimistic outlook on Canada’s prosperity.
Also many workers have given the private sectors their very best tries, but due to frustrations (eg. unable to get in or horrible working conditions), forced to rely on public sector or welfare out of necessity, with seemingly no other viable choices.
The economic system overall is failing, and the Canada economy is likely to get worser for the majority (poor), if things continue as is.