posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 12:15 PM
I'd say the bright side is the government and financial guys who take us there won't survive long
Actually many of the people that I know for a fact would survive are part of the two groups you mentioned above.
It isn't about the profession a person is in, it is all about a person's adaptability and background experiences.
My dad was in the military, and then worked as a government worker as a civilian. If you looked at him, you would probably think he was meek
government worker, and totally incapable of survival. Boy would you be wrong. He was a supreme survivalist and actually taught thousands of others.
I'm not talking just playing camp out, we are talking months of survival in upstate New York, survival in the desert, etc.
My husband is in the tech/finance sector. He grew up very poor. Survival was basically his entire upbringing. He is also the hardest worker both
mentally and physically I've ever known.
A friend of the family is as nerdy and techy and as "finance" as you can get. He was also an eagle scout, hikes and does survival exercises for fun.
It would be interesting to see who would make it out, in my opinion the people that would survive are the ones with a strong mind. I'm old enough to
know that people will surprise you. Some people will crack with just a little stress in their life and others you can't knock down.