What is the difference between a middle and working class lifestyle in America?
I am a senior in high school and live with a middle class family. My dad is a software engineer and my mom is an investment banker so I live pretty good. My parents want me to get a proffesional job like a doctor but I want to be a truck driver. They said if I get a labor job I will have financial problems. But all I wanna do in life outside of work is watch tv and movies, eat, play basketball, play video games, have internet and maybe travel to a different country once a year. And I dont plan on having kids. Can I do those things if I get a blue collar job?
Asked By: Michael - 2/4/2013
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If that's what you really want to do then go for it because at the end of the day your parents aren't going to be there for the rest of your life.
Answered By: Surreal - 2/4/2013
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Middle class usually own their homes and property, have credit, and a few luxuries; most working class do not... More
Answered By: Jody - 2/4/2013
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