That's a strawman argument. Investing in yourself isn't a problem. Using massive wealth to create more wealth, and paying a relatively low tax rate for doing no real work, is a problem. It's even worse when those profits come by the way of exploiting poor people with few employment options.It worked for me and I started out with nothing. Explain to me how it is that investing one’s wealth is a bad thing?
Actually most people who cannot find a permanent full time job, don't have the financial reserves to move....unless they want to be homeless when they arrive at their destination.It’s a free country people can move.
For a small fee I will find anyone willing to work a good paying job.
I'm sure you could find anyone willing to work a job. A good paying one? Without stipulations about relocating? I doubt it. Employment opportunities are not evenly distributed, and not everyone can move. Now, if you're willing to help someone relocated, and give them a good paying job, perhaps you'd be successful at that.