The Middle Class, Notes for Being It

Well, it is fairly simple, nothing in this world is promised. You have to claw for every inch you get. What do I mean by this? Having people in school will not make them more employable. I know plenty of people with degrees, even master’s level degrees who are stuck in some dead end job that is not in their field of expertise. The trick is to bust ass while in school to get internships so you establish years of work experience before you even graduate. If you finish college and your work history isn’t at least 3 or 4 years long, employers will have a hard time justifying employing you.

On the other end, retirement benefits are what hamstring governments. Yes, they earn votes, but then they have to be paid for out of other people’s profits. Don’t believe me? Continue reading The Middle Class, Notes for Being It