Hardworking and enterprising people are well known in the career fields
That's a meaningless phrase.
If they are not household names already
So everyone who is hardworking and enterprising is a "household name"? That's hilarious!!!!
the very least they have their names attached to successes such as published studies, technological patents or business deals creating jobs in a community.
So a shopkeeper, a financial analyst, a language school owner, a publican, a builder, a computer operator, an old-age pensioner or a farmer should have "published studies" or "technological patents".I know you're only 14 or 15, but that must be just about the daftest thing I've seen here in 6 years.
And doesn't detract from the confirmed fact that only 0.0002% Brits claim unemployment benefits from PL - the rest are by and large highly productive and have a larger than average income (with correspondingly higher tax/ZUS) - basically an elite section of society who contribute far, far more than they take.