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In society there are usually two main groups when associated with their mentality towards work But is there a distinction between work play and creative expressions Art is anything that requires creation or imagination An artist a writer or a pianist probably enjoys what they do for a living because they have that talent to make that happen for them in their career You can say that an artist will never retire because they have that passion and dedication to draw even when they get old Sad to say most people who do retire probably never liked their job or what they did for a living Otherwise why retire to something you love so dearly Living to Work by Dorothy L Sayers examines two classifications of people and their work One group looks to work as a dreaded necessity while the other group looks at their work as an opportunity for enjoyment and self-fulfillment Altogether their values interests and hard work all come down to money For many a successful worker is one who makes the most income and achieves the most fame When it comes to interviews the main questions are wages and hours These people often fail to consider if the work is their actual passion--to do something they love Partial blame goes out to our capitalist system and industrial machinery We forget why we wake up each morning lose focus of what work really should be But overall the fact is that we must arrange our ideas where everybody has an opportunity to work hard and find happiness in doing well the work that needs to be done I believe working in factories is the most difficult job to have because the machines practically take over Most workers have the same routine over and over again No wonder these workers hate going to work For those who see it as a career they have to face the job for almost their whole
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