Money has been a problem for a very long time in society starting from the commodity to commodity exchange until the normal bill that we have today.
It has always represented the time spent in order to make something and as long as you spend less time and the work output is more the price for that commodity will go down as always.
There was a documentary that I watched a long time ago regarding the work conditions of the future (and it was done in 1970-1980) where an expert declared that we will need 2-4 days of work in order to sustain a family for a month in the future (now). Of course, he was talking about this because of the mechanization/robotization that we are noticing right now, and guess what, we still didn't reach this moment that he was explaining.
You might ask yourself why we didn't reach this perfect moment when we require fewer days of work in order to sustain our families?
Well, from what I see it's clear, the distribution of wealth among the people is totally unequal, meaning that people have lots of money while other people don't have a lot and sometimes nothing.
Problem is that big companies which earn lots of money tend to find a way to earn more and more and this is what happened for over 200-100 years until now. The result is clear in that image, the greed represented by a tiny cluster of people and from there leads to the poverty of others. Money is not the issue here, it's just the behavior of people who tend to have a lot will always try to get more no matter what.
Ok, so for example if someone is a millionaire or a billionaire, he might have earned that money fairly and wisely by bringing new things to society like inventions (computers, technology, medicine) and it's ok to see this kind of people flourish. The problem is what happens afterward because these people once they get the taste of money they won't stop there, and they will always try to find a competitive way to gain more money with less. This tactic is to be expected since society is trying to be competitive in a good way but this will always bring the worst in people.
I am not talking about a society here that rellies on communist ideas, I am just trying to explain that there is always a solution for each and everybody to have decent conditions no matter what. Problem is that developed countries/companies still try to exploit smaller/weaker countries with low wages and from there we have the situation you see today.
My country, for example, is a target for this kind of exploitation where big companies pay less in comparison to what they pay in America or other parts of Europe.
Another issue here is corruption, where leaders of a specific country that is underdeveloped or has financial problems don't try to develop their country, but instead, he tries to bring "investors" in the country so they will pay the people poorly and from there we have this kind of discrepancy.
I myself consider that a country should be self-sustainable so it won't depend on other countries for food/consumer goods. As long as countries will depend on each other there will always be companies/firms/stronger countries who will exploit this opportunity in order to gain more wealth for themselves.
Take example the countries which have lots of oil today. The majority of the population in those countries are underdeveloped and live in poverty while specific companies easily exploit their natural resources (example UAE, Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait etc.)
Take another example of the diamond and gold exploitation that firms do in countries from the African continent. And the majority of the African area is underdeveloped but most of the gold and diamonds come from there. If the African community would be united and will force out the firms from their country they will gain tons of wealth from these commodities.
The ideas that I am discussing right here are somewhat related to Nationalism, but this word right now has bad connotations because of the Communism that implemented it harshly, and from there we have grim reminders on what it can do.
The Nationalism that I am talking here is just a way to make the country rich and their people from their own national resources
To long companies have been in a governing form of society because we let them do that. Of course, Nationalism itself can bring corruption and there will always be issues no matter the circumstances.
I was thinking of a ruling society based on Democracy/Nationalism where each individual citizen has the ability to shift the upper politics. It's somewhat a Caste System but it's not like that.
For example, each citizen has the right to be voted by a maximum of 10 people. If he has the support of 10 people he will gain special benefits like less work, more wages, and also responsibilities (we will call this Representative 1). The important fact here is if you decide to support somebody you won't be able to be supported by other people at the same time as long as you are not R1-R2 etc
Since that guy is elected by 10 people he will be in charge of doing special jobs that are related to politics and also he will be able to vote for another guy of the same rank that he is in order to get elected.
The second elected guy is actually supported by 9 Representative of type 1 which are supported by 10 people. In other words, Representative 2 is supported by 109 people (100 Normal people and 9 Representative 1).
If any of those 100 people decide to support someone else the Representative 1 will fall and also Representative 2. So, in fact, these two types of rules will need other followers to supplement their missing voters.
And now imagine the same way until it reaches Representative 3/4/5/6 and so on until you are at the top of the ladder. At the top of the ladder, of course, it will be the leader of that country that will be in charge of everything. If somebody down bellows him shifts and if there aren't supporters to take the missing persons place he will fall and another one will take his place.
We also have some science facts represented by this guy
that if we introduce minimum guarantee wage it will make everything prosper