In “How To Dramatically Increase Your Job Security For Life,” the article suggests managers are more inclined to fire those workers who have nobody to support but themselves. As a result, one should strategically at least hint at the intention of starting a family to protect oneself from unemploymentville. Clearly I’m being somewhat flippant. My goal is to make people realize that relationships and emotion play enormous roles in shaping work success.
Whether you work for a small family business or a large corporation, hiring and firing is a very personal decision that comes down to one or only a handful of decision makers. By tugging at their souls, and increasing their guilt factor, you’re well on your way to dramatically higher job security for life.
Let’s say you’re not particularly wealthy, nor make a particularly impressive amount of money. You still have loads of student loans and consumer debt to pay off. In essence, you’re the typical American! Shouldn’t you be putting on your air mask before helping others?
Child raising is estimated to cost anywhere between $250,000 to $1 million from birth to after college. If a family can’t even have the discipline to save 20% of their paycheck after contributing to their 401K and IRA, how can one consciously start a family?