is it justified for one employee with a higher marginal revenue product to earn a higher wage than an employee with a lower marginal revenue product? 

Due to there being discrepancies between the productivity and resource offerings (i.e., education, skills, experience) in labor markets, is it justified for one employee with a higher marginal revenue product to earn a higher wage than an employee with a lower marginal revenue product?

 
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