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The phenomena of the internet and online job advertisement has had a profound effect on professional workers, often forcing them to move from place to place.

This is because since the advent of online job ads, applicants from anywhere in the country can easily apply to a job listing. You're not just competing with all the applicants in the surrounding area, you're competing with all the applicants for that type of job in the country.
Since good jobs can be hard to come by, when an available job opening appears sometimes you have to just take it. Even if it's in a completely different region of the country.

Professional jobs typically want an applicant with more specific experience, so it's not as if the professional worker can easily just get any professional job in the area.

To survive and thrive in this modern age, professional workers have to be mobile, willing to make a move if the new job calls for it.

This carries with it a lot of problems though.

Housing. People don't want to make a big investment in a house if they don't know how long they're going to live there. Maybe there will be restructuring at their work, or they'll get a better job offer somewhere else, then then they'll have to move, leave their houses behind.

Many professionals are choosing to rent now.
Even though that's more expensive than staying in the same house used to be, and the features may not be as nice.

I think there's a reason people aren't investing in the houses and gardens like they did in the old days. If you planted a tree, you might not even be there in a few years time, so what's the point of even bothering?
Houses these days are not made like they used to be. They are more temporary, made out of flimsy materials, not made to last as long. People are not leaving their houses to their children.
The lifestyle of the professional is too nomadic now. Sometimes moving every few years.

There's less job stability as well. Employers want more flexible workers, lifetime employment at the same company is more rare.

The other way this makes things more difficult is on married couples. With two income households, one of them often has to make a sacrifice if there's a move. It's usually the lower income earner. For one of the spouses to advance in their careers, another may need to put theirs on hold or take a much lower level job in the new area that they move.
It's no wonder there's more single parent households than ever, with parents coming under pressure to each go their own separate nomadic ways. Sexual relationships are becoming a lot less monogamous and based on career convenience.
I don't think it's any coincidence that relationships are typically lasting 2 to 4 years. That's about the same span of time as many of these jobs last.

And it most certainly must be hard on the women and children, having to start from scratch and make new friends and acquaintances in the new places that they move to. Friendships are not as deep or lasting as they used to be.

Young professionals being more mobile and nomadic has a lot of downsides.
But if they don't embrace that lifestyle, they lose out to career opportunities that others from other parts of the country will take.

I don't think this is the best thing for society. It seems a little dysfunctional.
The "New Economy" definitely has some negatives.
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Puffer Fish wrote:The phenomena of the internet and online job advertisement has had a profound effect on professional workers, often forcing them to move from place to place.

The economy forcing everyone to move all the time is inefficient. This is to keep the populace distracted from Zionist imperialists.
This is because since the advent of online job ads, applicants from anywhere in the country can easily apply to a job listing. You're not just competing with all the applicants in the surrounding area, you're competing with all the applicants for that type of job in the country.

This is alienation of the masses.
Since good jobs can be hard to come by, when an available job opening appears sometimes you have to just take it. Even if it's in a completely different region of the country.

This is partially because the Zionists are ruining the economy, so that the populace can produce more benefits for the Zionists who do not work, but rather just buy and sell housing and merchandise, which is not how a civilization can be built.
Professional jobs typically want an applicant with more specific experience, so it's not as if the professional worker can easily just get any professional job in the area.

This is making the "professional workers" compete against each other, which alienates them.
To survive and thrive in this modern age, professional workers have to be mobile, willing to make a move if the new job calls for it.

If everyone has to move all the time, this will keep them distracted from realizing how the Zionists are ruling them.
This carries with it a lot of problems though.

I agree.
Housing. People don't want to make a big investment in a house if they don't know how long they're going to live there. Maybe there will be restructuring at their work, or they'll get a better job offer somewhere else, then then they'll have to move, leave their houses behind.

That is not efficient. People moving a lot wastes resources, time, and labour.
Many professionals are choosing to rent now.
Even though that's more expensive than staying in the same house used to be, and the features may not be as nice.

Because they are brainwashed by Zionists.
I think there's a reason people aren't investing in the houses and gardens like they did in the old days. If you planted a tree, you might not even be there in a few years time, so what's the point of even bothering?

They are too busy for providing the benefits for sales people, merchants, Zionists, and bankers.
Houses these days are not made like they used to be. They are more temporary, made out of flimsy materials, not made to last as long. People are not leaving their houses to their children.

So people can keep buying new homes, putting money into fixing low quality homes, so that housing companies can make more money to benefit the Zionists.
The lifestyle of the professional is too nomadic now. Sometimes moving every few years.

I agree.
There's less job stability as well. Employers want more flexible workers, lifetime employment at the same company is more rare.

This is not efficient, and is very wasteful.
And it most certainly must be hard on the women and children, having to start from scratch and make new friends and acquaintances in the new places that they move to. Friendships are not as deep or lasting as they used to be.

Emotional social constructs that alienate the masses. A family ruling environment is a characteristic of social oppression.
The "New Economy" definitely has some negatives.

Capitalism has a lot of negatives.
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SSDR wrote:The economy forcing everyone to move all the time is inefficient. This is to keep the populace distracted from Zionist imperialists.

Jewish supremacism and anti Gentile racism certainly dominates our foreign policy establishment. Jewish supremacism certainly corrupts our view of history. The way race quotas work against Gentile Whites leading to massive under representation at our top universities is an absolute disgrace. But to suggest the economy runs around the needs of Jews is total and utter fantasy. I do wonder sometimes if some of the wilder more demented anti Jewish hate propoganda is actually put out by Jewish supremacists to undermine those like myself who are merely trying to question Jewish privilege and resist the Cultural Marxist assault upon our identities.

This is partially because the Zionists are ruining the economy, so that the populace can produce more benefits for the Zionists who do not work, but rather just buy and sell housing and merchandise, which is not how a civilization can be built.

Again I find this utterly absurd. This sounds like the idiotic anti Jewish demonisation that the Nazis were so fond of. No the Jews are not the innocents of history, but nor are they some cosmic demons causing all the ills in the world.
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SSDR wrote:The economy forcing everyone to move all the time is inefficient. This is to keep the populace distracted from Zionist imperialists.

This is partially because the Zionists are ruining the economy, so that the populace can produce more benefits for the Zionists who do not work, but rather just buy and sell housing and merchandise, which is not how a civilization can be built.

If everyone has to move all the time, this will keep them distracted from realizing how the Zionists are ruling them.

Because they are brainwashed by Zionists.

They are too busy for providing the benefits for sales people, merchants, Zionists, and bankers.

So people can keep buying new homes, putting money into fixing low quality homes, so that housing companies can make more money to benefit the Zionists.

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