- Jan 2010
- Atlanta, Georgia USA
Keynes never could have predicted the high percentage of today's population that isn't working at all. In Keyne's day there were over fifty workers for every pension/benefit recipient. Now there are three. In a few years it will be two. If the percentage of the population in the workforce today were as high as it was in Keynes' day, the average workday would be a lot less than four hours.