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Sometimes it seems as if our jobs are slavemasters barking out orders telling us when how long and where to do our needed task Why do people listen Why would someone want to work a graveyard shift with double-overtime It is not because they want to as the old utopian adage goes accomplish their job for the betterment of the community No most people work because they are stuck in a financial rut and they are trying to claw their way out Why else would anyone put himself or herself through the stress premature balding gray hair and hear attack causing action called work We work not so much because we are slaves to our jobs but that we are slaves to the paycheck that the job createsFinancial stability is important to most people in todays society No one wants to live paycheck to paycheck and wonder every month if they can pay the bills feed the children and make the mortgage payment Having money creates many amenities A person what has money does not have to worry about unexpected expenses Financial stability is also the main reason why people stay in dead end jobs that they dislike A dead end job is classified as the type of job that one dreads waking up for in the morning and leaves at the earliest time possible in the afternoon But he or she do no want to leave too early as that would mean getting in trouble and getting fired therefore losing his or her precious paycheckOther that financial stability why work Why would anyone want to go through all the negatives of work such as waking up early keeping a daily schedule working on the weekends and holidays and the biggest negative of all having a boss Even though it is not obvious work is good for us as human beings Work helps us grow as individuals in many ways If a person works a
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