Entries in Economy (12)
Taxpayers should not retaliate against public sector employees for a crisis that has been caused by Wall Street.
And that discussion is how we support, financially speaking, our children in today’s cash-strapped, recession lingering, depression fearing society and whether or not many parents’ seemingly excessive, relentless indulgence of their children’s wants (not needs) is having long-term detrimental effects to current and future generations’ ability to sever their dependence on mommy and daddy’s wallets and establish meaningful autonomy in a fiercely and financially competitive world. (Was that a run-on sentence?)
We do have the skilled labor and the world is looking towards the US to help those developing nations gain a footing in the global economy. America is at a point where we need to go off shore with our skills.
So to wave this once bulging belly of the American economy good bye (no fat jokes please, let’s not add insult to decimation), I decided to think who was really to blame for this future fossil of world history.The middle classes were created first by God, then the guilds, and finally credit.
So is there a number that we should be striving for in our careers to find the perfect balance between daily positive feelings and the ultimate euphoria of life satisfaction? So what will it take in cash to make you happy? Maybe less than you think.