|Value as a function of scarcity versus value as a function of equitable exchanges of wants/needs without criminal deception, threat of violence, and violence.
Value as a function of scarcity inspires criminal deception so as to create scarcity.
Value as a function of equitable exchange inspires the golden rule.
Value as a function of equitable exchange can focus accurate measures of individual powers to inspire other individuals into productive action, meaning that value is thereby an individual measure of desire, and a total sum of individual measures of desire that constitutes a total sum of individual measures of desire: collective value judgement.
Value as a function of scarcity leads to an idea that a world of abundance would lead to a world without desires, and world without so-called employment. A illustration of this idea is found when inspecting information concerning technological and productive advancements in robotic automation of productivity: no more work for humans and thereby a condition of economic stagnation, poverty, etc.
Value as a function of equitable exchange of individual judgments of value leads instead to an adaptive capacity for individuals to always find what other individuals want, and to work effectively to produce those wants competitively, which leads to an idea that there would be no shortage of wants, and thereby no shortage of employment.
There is therefore a direct correlation, without impediment, between desire and employment. So long as people desire something, with equitable commerce, so long will there be a shortage of workers needed to produce to meet those demands.