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Comparable worth advocates have proposed that employers be required by law to pay wage rates equal to the value of the job. The most telling objection to this proposal is that
A) employers will probably resist strenuously and successfully.
B) it is in the interest of employers to adjust their hiring so as to make the value of the job equal to the wage rate that must be paid.
C) the government has no legal authority to set wage rates in the private sector.
D) this would leave little or nothing for profits.
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I've noticed they use a lot of trickery with their questions. Thank you for your input.
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I was confident with my answer, glad it was correct.

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