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The Jobs of the Future Are Already Here

I have no idea if this is any good (though @41jellis tweeted it, and his recommendations usually work) but here is the kind of thinking that is making the jobs of the future. Grandmother Mead might not approve of all of the language, but she had a soft spot for bargains.

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  • Jacksonian Libertarian

    If the Government Monopoly wasn’t sucking up over $1 Trillion a year of the operating capital of the economy, there would be more capital available for creative start up businesses like this one, and the jobs they create.

  • Brett

    That’s expensive for razor blades. Particularly when you can still buy a pack of triple-blade razors for really cheap at the grocery store.

  • Jim.

    @Jacksonian Libertarian:

    Technology may even get around that. Have you ever seen ?

  • Lorenz Gude

    I sent this to my son who has grown his own web marketing business steadily for the past 5 years working from home – and he loved it. He is already creating new jobs by subcontracting tasks that can still make money on and focusing on the stuff he is best at. Pretty much like a building contractor. Yes, it is already happening. @jacksonianLibertarian. Agree – accountants tell small business to set aside half their revenue for taxes of various kinds and it is still a great job creator – perhaps the biggest. If we unleash small business we will unleash the creative abilities of the American people and once more become a nation of small entrepreneurs like we were once a nation of small farmers. The very people who can create a great future for America are the descendants of the people who made America great in the first place – even if they are first generation like Marco Rubio. Winners are grinners, declinistas can please themselves.

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