Originally Posted by Corb_lund
Society will value things differently, just like revenue generators in a firm will earn more than say ops etc
Not sure it's feasible for everyone to have their choice of place. If more than one person wants somewhere there will be a price premium.
Care workers, nurses etc are always going to fall behind that curve?
I don't think it's often a case of living in your area of choice but living anywhere within a reasonable distance of work.
It's all well and good talking about professional couples on quadrillion moneys but the reality is that most aren't.
I don't think it's a solution to ship off people that earn median income to Kildare and let them commute in a sub-par transport system while the city is either for top earners or people in social housing.
Yes, some people earn a lot but a hell of a lot more don't and fall behind. Upskill get isn't an option for everyone, some people love their meh paying jobs and not everyone can become a lawyer. Are they less deserving of a house anywhere close to work that's not a ridiculous commute?