Do certain jobs have a wrongly high salary?

Do certain jobs have a wrongly high salary?

Job salaries work this way...

If you do something hard that no one wants to do it is super popular, you get a lot of money.

But is this the right way to be? If you are born with a talent, and that talent can be used and will get you a lot of money, then good for you. But what if your parents can't support you? What if your parents don't agree with your dream? Personally, I don't think that's fair. And some jobs, like a nurses don't get a lot of money but how important are they? What would we do if the N.H.S went on strike? Then you get football players that earn LOADS of money who have a life of luxury. Do they need all that they earn?

Although, everyone wants to be a footy player and people deserve the money that they get. They work are and they receive money. That's how it works and that's the fairest way. If you do a small, part time job then you can't expect to receive any thing near as much money. If you work hard you get lots of money. HOW MANY TIMES DO I HAVE TO SAY THAT!!! It is only fair to work this way otherwise we will end up with people selling second hand boots and they'll earn loads. As I have said repeatedly, this is the fairest way to be.

In the end, I have decided that people that work for the government should earn more money. Teachers, nurses, all these people aren't getting paid enough. However, people shouldn't expect to get paid a lot of money if they are doing jobs that don't require much. We should realise how much people working for the government do for us and appreciate it.

I hope that you comment below as I would LOVE to hear what you thought of my post!!!

Comments (2)

  • Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC 12 Nov 2018

    This is a really great post that brings up something new, and that I think other members should comment on and give their point of view. I was tempted to give this post a star but there are a few parts where your storytelling and communication have got a bit confusing. For example, you say 'If you work hard you get lots of money' but I think you mean you 'should' get lots of money? This changes the meaning of your paragraph so I got a bit confused. Make sure you always read a post through twice to make sure your ideas are nice and clear before you submit; I find that sometime it is useful to save a draft and then check it an hour or so later!

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  • Boutcher-logo-250x250.jpg impartial_panda_bear
    Boutcher C of E Primary School 12 Nov 2018 in reply to Olivia @ the BNC's comment

    Oops! I will try and always double check it though I do try to read it through quickly. Maybe that isn't enough! Though, I'm glad that you can SORT OF understand it. Thanks for letting me now ( I will try super hard not to do that again!)

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