Imagine a car. First, There is the boss who invest money in the project. Then here comes the pros. They will always do the easier but more knowledge-required job. they design the car, improve the engines and make it more convenient to be used, all by paperwork. Next, those with less knowledge but still skillful in mechanics will be the hands of the pros. They have to practically build the car and do the hard work. And when the car is done, the pros will come back to test the car. After much improvement, then it will finally be ready to be manufactured in large scale. This tedious process will be done by factory workers, who have the lowest salary pay but will do all the hard work. Yet good sales will be credited to the marketing department, those who advertise and sell the product. The idea of conveying this picture is to show how unbalance is the system we are having today, where those who did the most physical work get the least benefits, even though this matches the natural selection of mother nature, where the intelligence one will survive better. we know that resources in the world is always the limiting factor, and work must be done to convert resources into really useful ones. By common sense, we will notice that there is always going to be someone who must suffer by doing more jobs in order to keep the world rolling, when there are the rich ones who gets money out of just investing without doing the real hard work. Its obvious that mere talking do not give an increase in the world's useful resources, but all the professionals out there are doing this right now, and the schools are encouraging everyone to get a life like this. Efficiency of the world in getting useful resources will decrease when more and more people are getting involved in the "study and become professional" thing. I'm not saying that education is not good, or getting a good life will bring on suffer on others. The professionals do give a raise in life by improving the technology and discovering new knowledge about the world, but as I stated earlier, there must always be someone having all the jobs done, and they are always those with the lowest salary pay. Life should be about doing things we like. there is no point to do hard work which we have no passion in. Question here is how possible is it to get everyone into the professional level, where nobody needs to do the tedious jobs to maintain the resources of the world? What is the possibility of getting everyone rich and nobody have to suffer from doing things they hate?