I'll need to put together some lesson plans then. Ha ha!
Maybe some remote piano lessons, if anyone is interested, maybe for their kids. I charge by the half hour. I can teach how to use Presonus Notion 6 software to compose, for anyone interested in writing musical scores. Let's see people working on those CV Broadway musicals!
Last but not least, how to develop websites and web apps with the Microsoft tech stack. That has commercial value, and once the market comes back fully, you can command a good salary or hourly rate with such skills. I can show you how to get started on mobile apps with Xamarin (part of Microsoft Visual Studio) for iOS and Android phones.
Now, if that is not some shameless self promotion, I don't know what is!
I am not sure what 'meaningful' employment is exactly. If it means good compensation for the skill level required, then that makes sense.
Just some clarification here, if I did not already make myself clear enough. Statistical correlations do not necessarily indication causation. The statistical sampling of price data for many markets from the 1940s through the present decade shows a correlation between movements of price swings and the orbits (based on astronomy rather than jyotish) of 8 of the 9 grahas (excluding Chandra, the moon). These are above 90% accurate when price and volume are analyzed. If you are taking a scientific approach, then there is no evidence whatsoever for cause and effect. If you are relying on the authority of shastra, on the other hand, then you are accepting the cause and effect of the deities of karma on human behavior in the environment of market auctions of securities, such as stocks and futures. That is also predicated on a strong belief in karma in the first place. I suppose it is just a matter of 'choose your poison', to be flippant.
I am neither a trained statistician nor a practicing jyotish pandit. I know some of the basic concepts in statistics, however. At least enough to be a little dangerous. My background in astronomy is some classes in college.