The educational system of each country determines, in students, to what stimuli they respond when they become workers.
If we listen to what they say, job seekers have the impression that employers are bad people, exploiters, slave, abusive, greedy, excessively demanding, and similar adjectives.
If we listen to what they say, those seeking workers, we have the impression that these are bad people, lazy, pretentious, they want to charge a lot and do nothing, living missing without notice, to get drunk on Fridays so that even the Monday present sober, who refuse to train, they are encouraged by the unionists to lower productivity, and similar adjectives.
Correspond to abstain from taking a position because, from their point of view, they are both right and they are wrong also. What is certain is that both have different interests, but lack sufficient curiosity to find out whether or not the other party has a point.
Arguably study centers are the appropriate preamble for a given job future.
Those who study where the ruling regime is that of rewards and punishments, they will be mentally ready to perform in workplaces where the predominant regime is also the rewards and punishments.
By contrast, those who study where stimuli predominate, and penalties are a rare exception, will be mentally ready to work in workplaces where the ruling regime is also to stimulate, encourage, challenge, help, help.
In other words, the educational system determines what types of stimuli to the future workers will have a satisfactory answer.
Citizens often do not realize how they are treated as generation after generation, have received the same teaching techniques and assume that those are the only ones available. So the student - labor regime will tend to perpetuate itself.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): El sistema educativo configura a los futuros trabajadores.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.098)