ResolutePear wrote:john1990 wrote:bruss wrote:johansantana21 wrote:Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man
i think the distinction between good employment and gainful employment is nominal, almost ambiguous.
I would argue that good employment changes based on the priorities of the individual and is internal (The job makes you feel good.); whereas, gainful employment is a net-gain across all priorities.
Take a criminal lawyer that makes ~500,000 a year in net-profit into his pocket and pretty much everything is going on track.
But he is a devout religious person who defends pedos and murderers. He hates his life, and always has. He does not enjoy the job. Never did, but it puts bread on the table. Therefore he stays in his job. Miserable.
This is how I'm thinking of it.
Again, that's just like your opinion man.
Since when is gainful only gainful towards monetary gain?