A lot of people's job is to solve problems.
But the problem with solving problems is that once the problem is solved, you won't be needed anymore.
And once you won't be needed anymore, you're basically losing your source of income.
And finding new people who need their problems fixed is difficult.
And very time consuming.
That's why more and more people, politicians, businesses and institutions are moving away from the business of solving problems.
And instead they're moving closer to the business of making sure that the problem persists as long as possible.
That it doesn't get solved.
At least not entirely.
So they can stay around longer.
Sometimes they're also in the business of managing problems.
But not solving problems.
Because if they did, they wouldn't be needed anymore.
Others solve the problem, but create new problems.
Making yourself obsolete by solving problems might look like a bad decision from a business model perspective.
But it's the right decision...