Despite Wall Street’s recklessness, we still seem more comfortable with the financial sector than with manufacturing. After all, manufacturing has a two hundred year history of occupational disease and environmental destruction. It produces poisons we don’t want, consumer goods we don’t need, and it uses more energy than we can afford to burn. For many, the industrial revolution looks like an unmitigated environmental disaster. So if manufacturing runs away to far off lands, few are likely to shed tears — unless we work in these industries.
In contrast, financial products are relatively clean. Yes, its offices are too large and they use too much paper. And certainly爱上海同城对对碰