When people get they're paycheck they think they earn less than they should get. Many people should earn less, like Lebron James earns about 23 million dollars (not including his bonuses and fan stuff.) while a E-4 member in the marines earns about $1,916-$2,231 a month. No bonuses no extra bravery awards, just a little paycheck. Do you think that you should earn more for your work? LET THE DEBATE BEGIN!!!
There's a reason why Lebron James makes so much more money than a Marine. It a simple topic of supply and demand. The people that hire Lebron James think that his skills are worth that amount of money. Because so many people watch basketball and pay for their tickets, this much attention is worth the cost of paying Lebron James. Morally, however, a marine does much more than Lebron James does, but the American economy in general views Lebron James' work so much more. This is also why a worker in the average McDonald's makes so much less than the CEO. The CEO makes $8.75 million because he does $8.75 million or more of work each year. Someone flipping burgers at McDonald's makes $10 an hour because that what the company views as the value of their labor. However much more money I believe I should earn, the free and capitalist economy will put a certain value upon my labor, and likely pay me that. If you want equal wage, then move to North Korea or another communist state. Or rebel and establish a socialist US.