Currently, ever worker is allowed to strike. People with less pay have plenty of reason to strike, but are higher earners entitled to the same right?
It's not fair that higher earners should be allowed to strike. The average primary school teacher earns £35,739 a year versus a lawyer's £50,000. Having a wage so much higher than the minimum should mean they shouldn't be allowed to strike. There should be a rule that says you can't strike if you're pay is more/equal to double the minimum wage.
On the other hand, this would deter people from those jobs. Missing a basic human right doesn't sell well, and the reason why they get paid more is because according to an invisible textbook they do more for society. This means that if less people aspire to become, say, a politician, then society starts lacking.
What do you think? Should high earners be allowed to strike? Why? Why not?