I'm not really sure what your point is anymore in relation to what I've been saying. I might agree in part that the less developed a country is the less the rich create jobs, except that in lesser developed countries it's usually the rich who create jobs from the outside, for example western mining companies operating in Africa. Nike operating in Asia and so on. I dunno, I just don't really understand what you're trying to say here. Dignity and survival? How does that relate to what I said about the employer having to take a risk when hiring someone for a good amount of money per hour and they have to choose between the experienced and the inexperienced? If the minimum wage is lower, the risk factor is also lower for the employer and therefore they might take a chance on more inexperienced people, I'm not saying anything about what the minimum wage exists for from the perspective of the employee.