In the 21st century, we find ourselves in a situation similar to the 18th, where corporations artificially restrict the supply of labor through expensive training and immigration restrictions.
This situation is both anti-liberal and anti-communist, because we need a clear separation between the capitalist class and the proletarian class, we need a homogeneous proletariat, with a similar class situation, with international exchanges and equal access to employment and vocational training.
On the contrary, the corporations block access to the professions of executives and technicians through restrictive diplomas and immigration restrictions, thus artificially increasing their wages to the detriment of foreigners and non-graduates who vegetate in poverty.
In so doing, they increase the social incidentals and prevent the entry into the labor market of large numbers of workers in the most productive sectors of the global economy. Indeed, wages are higher in the most productive sectors of society; recruitment and training restrictions in these sectors slow their growth and reciprocally slow down the degeneration of the less productive sectors.
It is the modern bourgeois-proletariat, the nomenklatura of diplomas, vocational training and chauvinism.