I'm astonished to hear that many people -- if not indeed most people -- would find it profoundly boring not being in a full-time job as an employee. That they would have nothing to do all day. Indeed, many people claim that when they were unemployed they were sleeping 12 hours a day and were just depressed.
I have to say I find
this utterly bizarre. So going for walks in the countryside; visiting
museums; learning and becoming proficient in some subject and perhaps
even becoming an expert; discussions on a variety of subjects on the
Internet and elsewhere; reading novels; playing games; exercising; just
simply thinking about reality and our place in it and what it all means;
laying in a field in the warm bright sunshine in the arms of the one
you love. And so on and so on and so on... None of this has any appeal?
Peoples' only aim in life is to sell their labour to an employer?
Nothing else in life is worth doing? Wow...