1. If you're actually worried about a total economic collapse, then the advice that you'd give to people is to stock up on hand tools, boxes of nails, "Mountain House" #10 cans (30 year shelf life), guns, ammo, and various other survival and trading goods.Cornfed wrote: I'm not sure what the point of this is. Obviously there are always going to be jobs listed right up until the economy collapses. The issue is whether the average guy can reasonably expect to get one given the number of applicants and the hiring criteria, and if qualifications are required, whether the jobs will still exist once such qualifications are earned.
2. If you want to make more money than the average guy, then you need to put in more work than the average guy. What the average person putting in average effort can reasonably expect, is to be reasonably mediocre.