I can’t even read this BS all the way through. It assumes so many wrong presuppositions. First, I would argue that we are not on the heels of an economic “expansion.” I think unemployment rates are so low because people are not reporting… They stop getting benefits after so many months of filing, so once they are done, they fall off the list, and suddenly when lots of people are unemployed, things look perfect. There should actually be a certain amount of turnover. This means when things are good, unemployment will be artificially higher as people enter and leave the job market faster.
As things seem to be right now, I see more help-wanted signs everywhere. I think it is how long I have seen the help wanted to stay in the same place. What does it mean when there are several job openings, but no one is filling them?
I would touch on more than this, but I would rather spend some time thinking about what to do about the situation. In this case, it seems obvious to make yourself very indispensable at your job if you have one already. It would also, in my mind, be prudent to start working on alternative streams of income. During the last economic downturn, I would say I did pretty well by pursuing alternative means of generating income. A.K.A. I didn’t have a “job.”
I started on a post on how to make money on the side to work on prepping and improving the security of your family and their future. As soon as that is finished, I will link it here.
I have just learned that the Tactical Response YouTube channel was taken down. The messages on the channel said it was removed for violating the terms of service. I have no idea what happened. But we...