Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
Doesn't seem particularly lucaritive--Unless, you are a prime genetic specimen and have motivated buyers.
Oh man, I sold blood and eh ... genetic material when I was an undergrad in college ... I needed the money. They don't always pay for blood, but I'm a universal donor and when they're low on the good stuff, they do occasionally offer money. But trust me, no one is going to "make a living" at the rates they pay.

I think going the route of an entrepreneur is the best way to break into the middle or upper class if you're not part of it. It's of course risky, but owning your own business is clearly the best way to make big money. Working for someone else might pay well, but whoever ultimately owns the business will always see more of the profit from your labor than you will.