TH E PRIC E LEVEL
'47=! 00 AND EMPLOYEE COSTS PER UNI T OF OUTPUT
' 10 ·zu
D t PLOYEE COST
PER U~tT OF OUTPUT
( i ncluding fr inges)
'30 ' 40 '50 '60 '70
''There is no free lunch""
ou may think your union leaders can get you something for
nothing, but they can't. The chart proves it. The more the wage
cost of a product, the more the price of that product has to be.
But workers can get more wages without paying it...