There will always be winners and losers of the economy of Capatalism, yet I beg to point out that the majority of winners started off as losers and only became winners because they had the chances they needed to try again and again. Coming to that conclusion I would say that every loser of the economy should have a safety net of some kind so they can get back up on their feet and see just what they did wrong. No one is perfect and mistakes are always made. People are constructive creatures who get joy from creating or providing something that improves the lives of their peers. Everyone should get the chance to be a winner and have access to the information that they need in order to do it! That is why we need the financial safety net for unemployment so that they can of coarse get back up on their feet and start a new. Losers can be both employers and employees. The employers that are winners need to be patient, pay fair wages and teach the employee things that helped them succeed while at the same time loser employers need to listen to successful employees who have winning ideas as well. Brilliant minds can come from everywhere in all walks of life. The only real losers are afraid to try and risk failure. No one ever invented something amazing without having at least a dozen failures before it.

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