This is the problem that many young people are facing. There are no jobs, and money is running out. We are suffering a serious problem.
People are leaving their educations and not having jobs in their fields, sometimes with huge student debts on top of it all and having to settle for minimum wage jobs like in fast food, or factory work, work that betters bigger corporations.
We are the little guys, helping the rich guys make their millions. Sad but true in this day and age, but the other problem is Generation Me. People feel entitled to everything, no one wants to do the hard work. A society like this 60 years ago would have collapsed the economy.
Finding work you want is hard, and being able to afford to do the things you want to do is even harder.
Now I am in a better situation than many, so I really should not be complaining all too much. I have completed my educations and I have no student debt, but I am having trouble getting into work in my field, and that is the struggle. I am not getting on my feet as fast as many of my classmates and other real life friends who happen to have luckier situations in life, and some of them have beaten the odds and worked their asses off to get where they are.
I'm still floating in the limbo of not wanting to do the hard work, but also applying and applying and applying with little success. Many online friends have encouraged me, and it is always awesome and they are right, work will come, and things will change.