Most Lucrative Lifestyle
A few weeks ago I posted a list of the most lucrative lifestyle screens screens. Today I want to expand that list to include one of the most lucrative lifestyle screens in the history of the world. Let’s take a look at where we are in human history and where we are going to be in the next few years.
The current status quo is that humans are living life screens. Many of these lifestyle screens screens are very short or very long, but they all have one thing in common, they’re all a lot of work. The average amount of work a person does in the United States in a typical day is 12 hours. That’s one hour a day, five days a week, and it’s been about that since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.
This doesn’t mean that everyone is doing 12 hours a day. But more than half of the work done in the United States in a typical day is housework, most of which is of the “help around the house” variety. The job of housework is one of the largest contributors to the United States’ gross domestic product.
I think most people are aware of the most lucrative lifestyle screens job. Its the job where you are constantly having to keep your house in order. But it’s also the job where if you don’t, you have to pay someone (often your significant other) to do it for you. And then, of course, there is the job of making dinner. When your parents are around, it’s a lot of work to get dinner ready for them.
Well, you can get a good night’s rest for free if you just let yourself, but it probably won’t be the only benefit. Most people in the working world spend a lot of time at their jobs since they don’t want to spend time on things like laundry or cleaning the house. But if you work in an office, you don’t get to do what the working people get to do. The company is not paying you for doing what they get to do.
That said, we all know things like “office hours” or “offices” are just for show. If you are working on a project and you want people in your office to know about it, you have to make it work on their time, meaning you have to show up early or leave early. If you want to work at a company that doesn’t allow this, you are screwed.