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The driving force behind American society is money People plan their lives around it and it plans out peoples lives Someone is considered to be successful not by how hard he works or by how happy he is but by how much money he has made Americans lust over it so greatly that most criminal actions are committed in an attempt to get more of it The captivating beauty of cupidity determines the course of peoples lives shapes what companies produce and decides who is going to be the next presidentThe majority of people in America spend their entire lives attempting to get their hands on as much money as possible This influences what people do for work and how they live their family lives More and more people are going into engineering and computer related jobs because they know that these are the jobs that are paying well at the moment If a person is working at one company and a job opens up at another that has a higher salary or more stock options chances are that person will send his resume out and try to get the job that will give him the most money Also couples will tend to be hesitant in having kids if they do not think that they will be able to provide for them They will wait a few years until they have a stable income or a nest egg to draw off of Americans never make major decisions without first figuring out how it will affect them in terms of monetary value On a larger scale companies are created with the intent of doing one thing and that is making money In order to get started a company needs funding to create a product and get it into a market where it will hopefully return profits To get this funding companies turn to investors These are people who already have money but who
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