I'm not talking about public health system.
Yeah, I just pointed out that you could argue that e.g. USA's health care system is lower standards than the European. Your argument is relevant here, too. As I wrote -- tounge in cheek.
I don't exactly like the work market, either. But...
My real points was that (a) those factories often have higher standards than the alternative work places overseas and (b) the consensus among economists seems to be that this is part of the only ladder to prosperity that has worked, historically. We in the West climbed something similar in the 19th century.
Now, given those two points -- can you contradict them with good references or are you really complaining anyway?