September 25, 2016

IT’S COME TO THIS: Study finds young men are playing video games instead of getting jobs. “Happiness has gone up for this group, despite employment percentages having fallen, and the percentage living with parents going up. And that’s different than for any other group.”

Two thoughts: (1) Games get better and more enjoyable every year. Jobs do not. Sooner or later the lines were going to cross. (2) Well, you know. As the article says, “That’s a big chunk of labor that could be used for something, and we’re not using it.”

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