Well, the house next to this vacant lot had this 30 year old cutting this small lawn with a push mower. It was the funniest thing I have seen in quite some time. I was watching the slowest lawn cutting in American history. The guy had a postage stamp duplex yard to cut and he was sitting down, cutting about a square yard, and then sitting down. I could not take it and cut his lawn, and he got more energy trying to thank me than he did all morning to cut his lawn.
My son, and son in law are a bit allergic to physical work. My son hires people like doing physical hard work is some kind of punishment, rather than a routine part of life which each of us must struggle to address. They shop for groceries online, and find physical work to be below them. I started working as a kid and the harder the work, the more I enjoyed it because I was growing and getting stronger from hard work. I am a very sick old man who could have cut that postage stamp lawn in twenty minutes with his push mower......this guy took all morning and I ended up cutting half his lawn. I just do not know how small business is going to get qualified hard working folks to do manual labor when our population is shrinking and legal immigration has been limited and further restricted. I guess playing video games in the basement has made a weak generation weaker.