Too many of us lament that we can’t get jobs where we were born and raised. That seems especially true of the poorest areas of the country including Appalachia. Jobs just aren’t very plentiful there. The deep South is another example. It would be nice is all areas of the country were full of gainful employment. But given our foundations in almost pure capitalism that will never happen.
On a side note, it is kinda ironic that the States that rail the most against socialism vote primarily with the GOP and are the ones that have the most citizens who depend on social programs such as Medicaid, food stamps and such. I know education levels enter into it but why don’t more of those folks just move to where there are more economic opportunities? I have pondered that question for longer than I care to remember.
It does bug me to hear people complaining about this or that, especially when they could do something it. Many times it really doesn’t take that much effort. I think that the major issue is their dogged resistance to change. I and many others welcome the uncertainty associated with change as just part of progress, but others seem to be deathly afraid of it.
If you don’t like where you are, move. You are not a tree
I couldn’t have said it better.