I don't think I was advocating "...waiting for someone to fix it."
I was trying to communicate to folks who grew up in a traditional "career employer" culture or others too project-focused to see the real-world perils that may threaten their stability. These aren't people "waiting for someone to fix it.." but people who may not realize how fragile their stability is. This is something no one can "fix". It's a byproduct of the Darwinistic Techopoly we find ourselves in. The question becomes how can we best adapt and survive. That's what I attempted to address. Tactics for survival. The government can't fix this, nor can a well-meaning employer. Only us.
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