To survive their financial futures, young traditionalist will have to follow the same technique they used for finding the truth about the faith; they have to follow history, what was done before
in past times.One example is the family
. In past times family lived in the same neighborhood; grandparents, uncles, aunts, brothers, cousins, all lived in the same neighborhood, and helped each other out. (TODAY- everyone lives in different states!) The family ( grandparents, uncles, aunts, brothers, cousins) started the young people in business, teaching them from a young age. P.S.- too get started, family can be other trads.
That one change is EVERYTHING!!!!!! As long as Americans "go it alone", they don't have a chance.
.. 87 per cent of the Italians of the United States are settled in the New England and North Atlantic divisions, and that of these nearly 80 per cent crowd into the large cities. This congestion presents a most serious problem. The phenomenon, however, is not peculiar to the Italians; it is also to be observed in the case of other nationalities which are in the same economic condition as the Italians. The city offers a large number of various resources; it furnishes work to the newcomer from the start, and it needs the newcomer for a variety of occupations which he alone can fill. The Italian immigrant is perhaps the most adaptable of all in this respect;
he is intelligent, in most cases sober, faithful in his work, always looking for an opportunity to increase his salary. He goes from one shop to another, from the railroad tracks to the mill.