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Here's the logic of what to look for in making a living:
A living can (and probably should) be made without being part of the conventional "system".
It will probably involve the Internet, but for sure it will involve your own network of friends and associates.
Everybody has to win at this. And that means every single person on this chain of contacts which stretched through any and every life you touch.
While I was checking down these lines, most all regular businesses fell out and didn't make the cut. And as I do web design to pay my bills, I run across a lot of different business models. And this research was after I did the work of sorting out whether college degrees made a difference (they don't) and where entry-level jobs would take you (not very far, even after a 20-30 year career with a single company.)
The point all my research repeatedly pointed to this: you have to ignore what passes for conventional "wisdom" and find what really works.