Every job has equal value if full application and the same time is applied to it. Should intellectual dexterity be rewarded above physical exertion? Well NO!

Every job has equal value if full application and the same time is applied to it. Should intellectual dexterity be rewarded above physical exertion? Well NO!

So why is it? Because those with superior brain power are able to acquire a luxurious lifestyle by creating or working in a system that creates or deals in a product on the ground floor (physical exertion required), the product is then sold at profit, the profit is then split up into wages or salaries. Both the intellectually dexterous mind overseeing elements of this system and the body offering the physical exertion, are necessary in the process. The intellectually dexterous mind or group of minds then has the power to decide how the profit is split

Huge differences of salary are down to greed based on a position of power without exception, when the same time and application are put into a job regardless of the intellectual ability. Someone with a sharp mind naturally fills a position requiring a sharp mind, someone with limited brain power fills a role requiring lesser brain power. Both have job satisfaction and fulfilment because they perform an equally important part of a system that is individually at their level of ability. They are paid the same, because they do the same hours and are working as hard as one another at their individual levels.

What is the more important part of the car, the steering wheel or the wheels? The steering wheel has the power to guide the wheels. Take the wheels away, the steering wheel is useless. Take the steering wheel away, the wheels have no guided direction. They need each other, they are equals, the destination is only arrived at with each part performing an equally important role.