Believe me: when I'm speaking of labor market segmentation and its consequences, I too am speaking of concrete business decisions, real people and experience.My example referred to an actual business situation, a concrete business decision, and real people. In other words, experience.
It's propaganda. And a very naive one, I should say. I mean, the model you use and scenario you describe aren't realistic at all, despite your (sincere?) claims.Like exploitation, propaganda is a word with a bad reputation. It is merely deliberately disseminated information. You ought to be more concerned whether statements are true or false.
I ask you once again:
1/ Are you currently looking for a starter job?
2/ Do you think a whole society where everybody would look such jobs to be conceivable?
You may have missed several factors.
I'll give you another clue of this complex puzzle:
Why are the USA or Europe still richer than China?