On this day Harry had just turned 22 and was finally sent out on his own to search for work. Harry had been living off his parents for awhile after majoring in business in college, his father gave him a $4,500 loan to go out in search of a job. So he set off on an adventure that he would tell to generations to come.
"Take some money and get a job!"
"Whoa, you can't throw me out like this!"
After doubting he could get a job, Harry remembered the four principles of capitalism one being freedom of choice which means he could choose to apply to any job of his choice.
After thinking about it for a little while Harry knew that the airport had just made a profit (Profit - a financial gain especially in difference from producing or buying something.) which was one of the principles of capitalism from him purchasing all these tickets.
After trying to find a job in the U.S.A which Harry realizes has an economy that the people own the resources and comes to the conclusion that it is a market economy he makes his way to Latin America which has a traditional economy meaning goods and services are served the way they always have been.
"This is a traditional economy."
Harry finally got one single job at a supermarket that was in competition with another supermarket across the street. Which meant that these businesses were in rivalry to try to get some aspect that the other company has to appease the consumer more to go to their supermarket.
After escaping from the boss running him off Harry arrived at the Kingdom of Frunkshukernun and quickly realised that the king owned everything, all the resources and jobs he found this out from asking the king if he could lend a job to him. He was soon chased out of the castle and out of the country.
"Crazy coincidence but the king is sort of like the government and he owns everything so that means this is a command economy. But who cares about that right now!"
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