How do you suggest measuring who "works harder"? I suspect a lot of working class people holding down two jobs to provide for their family work more hours than Jeff Bezos or hedge fund managers who make thousands of times what they earn. Can you suggest a metric for taking that into account?
First, there is no reason or purpose in deciding who 'works harder'. A guy works, may legally find $50K in a ditch, brings it all home, it is all his, no matter how he got it. It all goes on the kitchen table. Who's business is it how he worked for or found the money....or god forbid, he inherited! it. By working harder, I mean a guy makes choices (he went to college, Jack went fishing), he elects to actively seek better jobs thru life, while Jack settles with his job in a mail room, for years. He's one of the older guys you see at McDonalds. Right about now is when libs say something like 'thats not fair'. What's not fair? Bill chooses this, Jack chooses that. Freedom, Liberty.
The argument about having 2 jobs, if you work hard you get rolling with the best job and become the manager. That's what Bill did. Dump that 2nd job. As far as providing for a family, Jack may have chosen to have a family when he really couldn't afford one, has too many children. What in the world? You want to get us involved his resulting life predicament? He chose it. The present answer in this scenario, today, is that Jack gets a pass from the government and pays NO taxes,.......... the people who made the right choices end up paying his taxes. It is topsy turvy as it is, yet the libs want to continue hitting on Bill.