Free markets destroy education restrictions

The world we live in is dynamic and ever shifting, with new challenges and needs requiring new skills and solutions every day. Too often we see official institutions and government rigid in their approaches, and education is no exception. In contrast, the free market doesn't ask permission to change when it sees a need, but can address it as demand grows - even in nearly monopolized sectors like schooling.



Fighting red tape to let the market help therapy patients

In a year of isolation, seeking professional therapy can be an excellent resource for many who have struggled with the mental burdens 2020 has entailed. Even with precautions of staying home, more and more practitioners have been able to meet the need of their patients with the market resources available making virtual therapy sessions possible. As the needs of clients change, therapists are able and willing to accomodate to meet those needs. This seems like a perfect adaptation which the market can provide, but unfortunately markets aren't always totally free from disruption - and in this case, this comes in the form of occupational licensing. 

Free market adaptability creating jobs in hard times

The COVID-19 pandemic has been catastrophic on almost every front for Americans. Discomfort surrounding new working arrangements, mass unemployment, and an uncertain future all present themselves nine months after the virus reached the US. As unemployment remains high in December, jobs are slowly creeping back into the economy—primarily in new sectors—and should offer a glimpse of hope going forward into the future.

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Markets overcome government lockdowns to keep life going

Businesses across the world are fighting for surival amidst a pandemic which has caused local governments to shutdown livlihoods for many. The forced social distancing has disrupted many industries which rely on in-person gatherings. Thankfully, many businesses which had not previously been operated remotely have been able to adapt due to market solutions in telecommunications.