Furthermore, the judgement, the final judgement of whether the experienced worker unit has value is made, and must be made by people who have neither the experience or knowledge necessary to make a judgement as that might be conventionally thought of. Rather these keepers of the just and the right have a HR handbook and relevant HR experience to be able to judge.
Sadly the experienced worker comes in with about 10 strikes against them as they have almost certainly been guilty of the unforgivable sin of not making enough money in their previous endeavors. This is self evident because if they had been successful, defined in the beautifully elegant American manner of accumulating cash, they would not be applying for a job here, but would be in Paris or Bangkok or Manhattan or Aspen managing their certificates of deposit or frolicking with splendid examples of the appropriate gender or genders as the case may be.
Indeed, naivete might be the very greatest virtue in a situation like this. The work output of the virgin is all too likely to be more effusive and extravagant than the work output of the jaded or the sophisticated cosmopolitan who has seen it all. Those who have not been wounded in love and life are perhaps more likely to go over the top with a rebel yell onto the killing fields and the line of bullets then those who have been there, done that, and knows how much it hurts.
Once a person has this real experience, are they irretrievably "bolted" and unfit for duty in the Globalized Workplace? Is work experience necessarily a form of disability?
One thing is certain. In America, business has no responsibility to this wounded and arguably disabled victim of the workplace. Having fallen in the field of battle but not having the decency of dying and / or going away, he or she degrades themselves by attempting to return to the front lines attempting to fight, that is, to get a job. Why don't these wounded soldiers just go away and die? It would be better for them and far less embarrassing. Business owes nothing to these impoverished survivors.
In America, at least, that much is clear.