So, lots of Oscars for that movie about a bird who travels hundreds – or is it thousands? – of miles to work at Amazon. Will no doubt be praised by liberals and progressives as showing the faults of late stage capitalism – rootless nomads forced onto the roads.
The same idiots will also be telling us there’s a problem with monopsony in the American labour market:
A mobile force of 160 million people picking and choosing among millions of potential employers simply is not a labour market suffering from monopsony. That’s a tale that needs to be confined to the “once upon a time” section of the movie storage vault.