One thing that psychedelics has taught me is that whether collective consciousness exists or not we are a collective. Everyone is a cog turning an ever growing system. Everyone is needed, no matter what they do or do not do. Even the criminals the system "tries" to eradicate keep the system going. to go to that extreme.
If one lived in the remote wilderness, and built everything including their own tools from local resources that person could stand tall and say I have done this all on my own with the help of nature alone.
I have a family member that owns a very successful large scale lawn maintenance company. He consistently says in exact words. I have done this on my own. Yet never regards the machinists who made the parts, or the company that bought and assembled them to produce any of his machinery. The oil field guys who keep his fleet running or gas in his trucks. I find it quite egotistical, and arrogant.
We all depend on each other whether we know it, or acknowledge it. So I think everyone should be treated with the utmost respect no matter what their position or job is.
I am a contractor who works in the aviation field. Primarily in the rotary wing industry, helicopters.
What do our fellow mycotopian's do for work!