In a post-industrial revolution age, most jobs are service industry jobs. The mellinials are the most educated generation in history, yet we are also the least financially stable. Why? Because there were no jobs when we came out of college, and we had debts heaped upon debts to pay, because the cost of an education has skyrocketed by 1,000% since the 1960s. That means, I know it's hard to believe, that more families are supported by blue collar workers than white collar workers. No, Republicans, we can't all be "highly skilled workers". And no, most service industry workers are not teenagers, because contrary to popular belief, our work is demanding, stressful, and exhausting. Most teenagers won't even clean their rooms, let alone scrub a drain or the floors. The few teenagers I have had the displeasure of working with quit soon after being hired because it was, who'd have guessed, hard work. It's insulting to spend every day waiting hand and foot on the middle and upper classes and then be told you're lazy when you can't make ends meet and have to fall back on welfare. We deserve to be paid fairly.