One of the serious issues that your having is that you thought a masters in arts was going to in some way generate an income. This is not a provincial problem this is a problem with the fundamental way you look at life.
First of all no one in NS is assessing the problem correctly. You have a VAST VAST amount of liberal voters in NS all of which live on pogie in most places during the winter months. If you want NS to get better your going to have to get young people interested in actually doing something other than attending the next town overs event. This is a problem with OLD people who are lazy down their and rely on social spending to survive. The answer is not to import more immigrants. Thats going to decrease the overall happiness for not just for Nova scotians but also for the immigrants who are going to get caught up in the fight between people and gov after even more stress is put on a "structure" that was "never built to code" in the first place. If you want to see Nova Scotia turn around, Stop incentivizing the women to be single parents, Restore the family unit, and use liberal social spending for more than more benefit checks. Start adding in updated infastructure in places like Cape breton for example and start doing things that CONSERVATIVES want to do. You guys seriously have to stop blaming other people its the Liberals who are privatizing the industry because they cannot tax and spend their way out of this problem. How many more generations of Scotians are going to suffer with low wages and a less than lavish lifestyle because the old windbags which overpopulate the island are not willing to budge on their simplistic view on life. Welcome to retirement country.
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