I don't work. I have a negative income in the form of a steadily increasing student debt. I have no job to lose, and falling interest rates are cutting back on my only liability.
In addition to not having a job to lose, I have guaranteed employment after graduation from medical school. As long as I don't flunk out of school, I will get into a residency program somewhere, and will have a job for 3 years.
As a resident, I will have no social standing amongst my peers (all shit flows downhill), but I will have the letters "MD" behind my name. This will give me more social standing among the general public than Martino Cortez PhD. And as a bonus, I will actually exist.
I'm sure there are some things I'm glossing over. Maybe my pay will be lower, and it will take longer for me to pay off my loans. Maybe the hospital where I work will have financial troubles and will be understaffed. Maybe they will lay off all the nurses, and I will have to work 120 hour weeks rather than 100 hour weeks. But don't harsh on my moment, dude.