Advantages and Disadvantages of Working
If there is one principle that can be used to describe the existence of the species on the planet, it is that all creatures must work in order to live. Even before the beginning of recorded time, man organized himself into groups to forage, hunt, and later develop agricultural communities where the bulk of each day was spent pursuing or growing food and procuring or building equally essential shelter.
But in the present, man’s physical struggles are not so demanding or obvious. To work or not to work may even be an option if you can find someone, a spouse or another loved one, to work for you or you might be one of these few lucky individuals, whose wealth is inherited, eliminating your necessity to endure the perhaps undesirable need to have a job. Let’s face it: if we didn’t have to work for a living, would we?
First of all, work requires energy. Working involves being engaged in bodily or mental activity, to be employed, or to have a job. There are both advantages and disadvantages of working. Your life style and routine changes when you begin working. Even though it has its disadvantages, working is still a great experience.
When you begin to work things change dramatically in your life, from free time and your own time, to your employer’s time. As you take on the role of working you have to schedule your plans around your work schedule. Also, you lose a lot of your rest time, and you always feel as if there is something you should be doing. You feel this way because it’s true. You’re always on the go and every time you turn around you are back in that same old working place. A main thing about working is that you have to learn how to manage your time wisely. It’s as if time cannot be wasted because it is too valuable. In order to get everything done, and get enough resting time, you have to be on you p’s and q’s. Everything you do and every decision you make determines your outcome at the end of the day.