At this point, you may be wondering what is the difference between a capital goods job and a non-capital goods job. Well, I don’t know about you, but I generally think that a capital goods job is something that is not only creating wealth, but also earning a profit. That is what the capital goods jobs are.
The capital goods jobs are those that are creating money. They are, in a sense, making something with human labor. They are also not creating something else, like a machine, or something else that can be seen as a commodity.
Capital goods jobs are not the only type of employment that is capital (and they are not even the most common). An example of a non-capital goods job is a service worker. Or, a janitor. Or a waitress. These are jobs that are creating people, but they are not creating anything else.
While the definition of a capital goods job varies from company to company, the salary for these jobs ranges from $15,000 to $25,000. It is also important to understand that these jobs are not inherently more difficult than other jobs because of the additional work required to create the commodities that these companies produce.
The way I see it, people who work in these companies are doing a service. They are literally creating things. Some people are doing this kind of work on a daily basis, and are literally creating things that are being sold to the public. Other folks are doing this work on a weekly basis, and are creating things like food, clothing, diapers, and other things that are being sold to the public.
I think this whole economy thing is very interesting. People are doing work that is the opposite of what they were doing before they started working in a particular job. They have to do it all over again, and can’t just stop if they get stuck at some point. It’s a very weird and interesting thing.
That said, I was surprised to learn that the average amount of money spent by a person in a year on a capital goods job is about $4,200. That is a very large amount of money.
That’s because a person with a car is usually going to need to buy a set of tires every year. A person with a computer is going to need to buy a set of software every year. A person with a phone is going to need to buy a set of cables. I think if you can add all the different kinds of hardware in a year, then the average amount of money you spend on a capital goods job is about 18,000. That’s a huge amount of money.
Also, because an average person has a car, a set of tires, a set of cables, a set of software, a set of phones, and a set of hardware, the average person spends about 4,200 times that amount of money on each of these goods each year.
The average person will spend 3,600 times that amount of money on the capital goods job and the average person will spend only about 6,000 times that amount on each of these goods. Because of this, the average person in a capital goods job will spend about 30 more years doing the job than a person who works in a manufacturing job.