Comparability principle, Managerial Economics

The comparability principle

Associations representing workers providing services - clerical, postal, teaching, etc. - have always attempted to  apply the "principle of comparability" with wages of those in similar occupations, though it is often very difficult to compare workers in different occupations, since no two jobs are alike.

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