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Well, Mr. Whizzkid Gong An
.........the economic structure of a community changes as it's income levels increase.|
There would be a demand and supply problem of certain trades, and skill citizens to manned the guilds.
A steady growth situation, will allow efficient learning opportunity for all the needed trades.
simple trades - reflexology.
A good, well trained reflexologist - like those trained in those Shanghai Universities - on Japanese Shiatsu methods, or Thailand stretched, strain methods needs dedication. It takes probably 6 to 12 months of training to learn the basics. It takes at least 24 to 36 months of experience to get them to be able to respond to the needs of the customers.
Then the manager of the establishment need to "increase his capital base". This will allow him the "cash" to improve his "trade" - better seats, better ointment, better room air conditioning, lighting etc.
That's for a simple trade needs.
No doubt, a standard outlet has 8 to 12 therapist - 2 receptionist and 1 manager!
In the Malayan Federation, that's a Rmb2.4 million a year enterprise!
To renovate, and continuously upgrade the "ideal" outlet needs probably Rmb600,000 to Rmb1.2 million!
It takes time to save those money, and create the "skill sets".
A fast pace growth would mean "learning curve" is shrunken, capital needs stressed - CREATING "over priced" services in China - and insufficient quality service.
THAT'S AN EXAMPLE OF STRUCTURAL.