With no need for money, and no more people pursuing to gain a bunch of power, a lot of construction has been done. Since there was no more need for multiple businesses, we took them all down. Now, in each town there is only one of everything: one clothing store, one restaurant, one grocery store, one movie theater, etc. There is still plenty of variety within these categories.
What does one do with their life when they have no job and no money to spend? Well, they have fun. You can go anywhere you want, with no money. Just hop on that plane that takes you some place awesome and see what happens. Enjoy life, with your families and friends. Do whatever it is that you want to do. And if there is a job that you absolutely want to do, then you can do it. You go to more schooling to learn it, then you go work with the Versatiles. You don’t get paid, but you do get to enjoy working, if that’s your passion. And there are quite a few people that I have seen working alongside with the Versatiles.
I chose to not go into a career. I chose freedom. I am nineteen and have already traveled to every country in the world. I haven’t been to each state or anything insane like that, but I have done a good amount of traveling so far. I did not move far from my parents after moving out. I moved to the next town over, Phoenix, Arizona. I love the heat, so I wanted to stay in Arizona, but I didn’t want to stay in the same town as my parents. They begged me to not go, so I made them a compromise of just moving one town over.
My friends chose different paths. Two moved out of state, one out of country, another is going on a three-year cruise and one went to school for a further education. My friends and I used to be very close, but once we were able to move out on our own, we all split up. They never bothered to contact me and I tried getting a hold of them for the first year, but then gave up. And here, in my new home, with my new life, I have yet to make any new friends. I am okay with that, though. I love what I have made of my life.