A good paymaster never wants workmen

This page is about the saying "A good paymaster never wants workmen".

Possible interpretation: An employer who pays well is never short of staff.

Note: paymaster (noun) = a person who pays workers | want (verb) = lack; be short of

Quick Quiz:

"A good paymaster never wants workmen" could be rephrased as "An employer who pays well

a. always needs workers"

b. never needs staff"

c. always has staff"

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Contributor: Josef Essberger