Agriculture is a job that comes first, in alphabetical order. It is also the job that produces the most wealth needed. The farmer, if he is helped by industries and services, can feed a lot of people. But farmer lives in the countryside, while the countryside is less crowded, so more expensive (...)
In France manual jobs are classified as "sidings" on 2016. But the hand is that grows spirit. While writing or manipulating, our mind is transformed as quickly as possible. There are more connections in the mind when playing the piano, or being manipulating.
Only it is not a question about (...)
The industrialist militates, like the farmer, for a public currency and the train. These things allows the long term in a country.
If the currency is private, he fights against the traffic, suppressing intermediaries. So it seems inconceivable for an industrialist not to run his business (...)
The engineer must always be, with technology, watching to improve his work. Indeed, he is the handyman of the company. Having a head start gives vision to the company’s projects. He knows economic strategies.
It is not exactly a question about finding new products, but about being attentive (...)
Technician aims to train improving his work, to become an engineer. The technician grows his mind, thanks to musical instruments. If he becomes an engineer or leader, he will be the spearhead of his company, knowing better this latter.