Hi kmurphy! As an employer for over 30 years, I'd like to point out that I have NEVER fired an individual (whether I liked them or not) who made it abundantly clear that they were worth considerably more than I was paying them. Do what you do better, faster, and more efficiently than anyone around you and I can PROMISE you continued employment. As you continue in your search for employment, consider how you look "online" to potential employers because I promise you, that's where we'll get to know you. If your profile photo, your friendships, your grammar, or your ability to properly use the english language and punctuation look sloppy, then that will be our impression of you as an individual. I'm sorry if this sounds judgemental, but frankly, that's what we get paid to be. Stand-out in a positive way and good things will follow. Best of luck to you!
Make a new resume and look for a job. Or enroll in college. Or join the military. Hold your head high cause those Americans that made the election turn out the way it did will see that its going to be very hard to get new jobs next year. Good luck to you bud.