Why would you assume everyone on here aspires to be a professional YouTuber? Most people (I hope) outgrow that mindset of wanting to be a YouTuber or "influencer" for a career when they're a teenager or something lol. Seeing as I have an actual job that almost certainly pays more than what Seth's channel makes, having his lifestyle and needing to view every daily experience / interaction through the lens of "how can I turn this into content" and constantly filming everything sounds like a living hell.
When it comes to his career, Seth has the mentality of a child. There's nothing to be jealous of lmao.