The National Bureau of Economic Research may say that the Great Recession officially ended in the middle of 2009, but we all know the labor market still has a long way to go. The market for supervillains, in particular, has been insecure for years. Indeed, many up-and-coming individuals just dripping with malice and cruelty, as qualified as they may be, are having trouble securing positions in name-brand villain societies.
Good news for them: Dr. King Oblivion, PhD has written a book dedicated to those considering a career in supervillainy. It's called Hate You Forever: How to Channel Your Rage Into Effective Supervillainy. Here is a description:
Looking for a way out of the rat race? Tired of your ho-hum workaday life? Have an inexplicable love of turning human beings into inanimate objects? Then professional supervillainy, with tips from the experienced veterans at the International Society of Supervillains, might just be for you!
This guide is your personal look inside the tricks of the evil trade, from defining your nefarious goals, acquiring your treacherous credentials and creating your evil persona to building your army of henchmen, selecting your equipment and base of operations and carrying out your dastardly master plans. So get those laughing lungs ready, recruit, and do some bad out there!
The book even contains a section on financial planning--something supervillains definitely need to be aware of if they are to succeed in the current economic climate.