For Manufacturing and Retail Companies, Using Automated Robots is Cheaper Than Actual Slave Labor Would Be

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From 60 Second Statistics:

With maintenance and control included and spread over the cost of several dozen of these robots, it may cost around $4,000/year to maintain on the extreme high end. On the other hand, if institutionalized slavery still existed, factories would be looking at around $7,500 in annual costs for housing, food and healthcare per “worker”.

For Manufacturing and Retail Companies, Using Automated Robots is Cheaper Than Actual Slave Labor Would Be

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