|I have recently received another e-mail on the high
cost of wrestling session fees. So I’ve decided to update my
discussion of this subject:
Times are pretty good right now, unemployment is very low and business is generally profitable, wages have been held in check, largely I think by outsourcing much labor and by immigration. The dollar is low, helping exports. The days when unions could extract big contracts from auto compaines or steel companies, who could turn around and pass those costs on by hiking their prices, are long gone, done in by global competition. General Motors is in an apparent death spiral, the residue of a half century of improvident labor contracts and a resulting peinsion system whose costs GM cannot bear in a mor ecompetitive world.
So nearly everybody is working, and many of us are making very good money. competition is holding the prices of most goods and services, except for oil, down. But luxury goods, including sessions, seem to be going up. One thing seems certain to me: if men are willing to pay high prices for sessions, women are going to charge high prices, and I can't blame them, I would do the same, and so would nearly anyone.
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