Postmodern society is becoming more socioeconomically ruthless. The middle class, as we know it, is increasingly dwindling. In the future, there will only be the rich and.......the poor. The average person, although middle class, is 1.5 to 3 paychecks from homelessness. The socioeconomic climate is becoming more tenuous and precarious each day.
Job security is a thing long past. The cost of living including food, rent, and other necessities is forever rising with many people finding it more tasking to make ends meet. Money is the MAIN concern on many people's minds. Their concern is will they have enough money to cover expenses.
However, those who are socioecomically wealthy have no such concerns. They have enough money to cover rising costs for necessities with some left over for disposable income. They have more than enough money as to not to worry about rent. Having money guarantees a level of freedom from the normal socioeconomic worries of the middle and lower classes who must constantly worry about how to fit the socioeconomic bills so to speak.
Smart people realize that money is the most important thing. Money is the difference between living comfortable and worrying about falling further into direr socioecnomic straits, even falling through the socioeconomic cracks into homelessness or worse. This is no laughing matter, socioeconomic matters and money should be the first priority on people's mind as it stands NOW.
Now, how IMPORTANT is socioeconomic wealth and/or socioeconomic affluence to YOU? THINK about it!
Those who HAVE money, control destiny and OWN many aspects of their lives. Those who HAVEN'T money, are subject to the whims of fate whatever it may be and are OWNED in many aspects of their lives. This is pure inductive and deductive logic. If one is in the poorer classes, he/she has to CONSTANTLY worry, worry, worry. Those in the wealthier classes, DON'T!
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