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There seems to be a constant lament about a supposed skilled labor shortage and calls for more trade schools and for the government to throw money at the "problem" yet there are absolutely no boilers not being installed due to this "shortage" and there are no deficit of "installers" willing to quote prices at even lower levels. I'm no economics major but basic supply/demand would indicate both rising wages and rising costs to the consumer in the face of a true labor shortage. In fact, at best both are stagnant. Thoughts?
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