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Highly Skilled yet Low Paid Individuals can beat the System through Franchising

Updated: Mar 1, 2023

Highly skilled yet low paid workers are a segment of the workforce who possess specialized expertise, training, and education, but are compensated at a level that is lower than their counterparts in comparable positions. These individuals are often employed in fields such as education, healthcare, and social work, where the work they perform is vital to the functioning of society but the pay is low relative to the level of skill required.

Despite their qualifications and expertise, highly skilled low pay workers often struggle to make ends meet. Many are forced to take on multiple jobs or work long hours just to pay their bills and support their families. This can lead to a range of negative outcomes, including stress, burnout, and a sense of frustration and disillusionment with their chosen profession. The common reason in some cases is that they have accepted the first job that they were offered and have since missed the opportunities to review their pay due to fear of losing the ability to provide for their family.

The issue of highly skilled low pay workers is a complex one, and there is no easy solution. However, there are steps that can be taken to address this problem. One approach is to apply for increase wage with your employer, which would provide a baseline level of compensation for all workers, including those with specialized skills and training. Another approach is to provide targeted training and support to help highly skilled workers transition into higher-paying positions or industries. Upskill is optional and it is down to you to make this happen whilst holding a job. Some examples can be found here.

Ultimately, the plight of highly skilled low pay workers is a reflection of broader issues related to income inequality and the distribution of wealth in society. It is up to policymakers, employers, and society as a whole to recognize the value of these workers and take steps to ensure that they are compensated fairly for the important work they do.

Alternatively, you can take action and perhaps becoming your own boss using the power of franchising can help.

In the United Kingdom government backed scheme few training and funding are avaialable to support this. Click here for start – up details or here for government support.

For more details or if you need to chat about us or other franchise start up or networking questions let us help you. Call us on 07872 425 300

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