You’re missing the very next sentence that she wrote explaining that yes if everyone was making…
Eric Mowery

And you, in turn, missed that the subject of the article in question was a college student who specifically did not desire the sort of full-time employment that would hopefully deliver benefits.

The point is not that the student made $10,000 — plenty of students do that — it was that she did it without having to schedule around shifts that were set outside of her control. She made that money on her time and in a manner she chose at a time in her life when she presumably did not a full-time job or the benefits associated therewith.

This is why Knibbs’ use of the link was irresponsible — she used it to imply heavily that it said something it did not.

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