On the other hand though where i dont agree with is for people who truly have met there limit for potential who truly cannot do any better but try there best to work hard, be responsible, mature, and show pride and do there job well should be valued in there segment more then they are. For example my mother is a nice and kind person, funny with her humor, and can read and write decently but is dyslexic and math is honestly impossible for her to understand, learn, and apply and she has taken tutor courses and what not and just cant do it. Here Logic, spacial, math, and focus isnt great with that and shes been a lna for 13 years and makes 11.99 hr plus and minus that on occasions. Thats unjust, unfair, and just purely wrong. She is a struggling person financially and emotionally and i have spent countless hours trying to support her and keep her on her hinges and it infuriates me what she has done for the place she has worked at, put up with, and stuck with to just get shit on by the higher ups, nurses, and supervisors. She in my opinion even with a job that takes few skills other than a basic training by now she should make at least in my opionon 16-22 hr but no.
Now heres a list of things to give you something to think about as far as what you make. Custodian vs Maitenance; to be a custodian you dont much of a foundation or skill to do other than just work ethic and pride to do it good, maintenance takes someone with that and more. maintenance takes skills such as measuring(math/geometry/comprehension). Those few things give an employer more reason to pay more, your truly more valuable because you do what the next person might not be able to. Ok another thing to compare is say someone who is in construction and lays cement or is in masonry which niether take any more intelligence and skill as being a custodian vs say a engineer or project leader, people with a vast array of skill sets, intelligence, and certifications. who do you think will do better and get paid more. Probably project leaders and engineers; why? because there someone who you can just replace by saying get over here and take over and pick this up, it takes a lot of skill. See its all about skill and value; if you can do the same thing the next person can without anything more than just jumping on it and doing it casually you shouldnt get paid a lot for it.
Ok this is how i see it, anyone who has potential who puts there back into it and strives for the best they can be and pursues the life they want will more likely become wealthy whether its fame, business, following a technical career, military, or anything really. Now the cut off for what i believe as far as what someone deserves for what they do is a hard thing to really gauge but justin bieber is a example of someone in my opinion who really shouldnt be 18,19,20 however old he is and making more than most adults make in the entirety of there lives. Thats just in my eyes disproportionate. Talent really stems from ones natural ability to have a knack at something that others dont really have, just some knacks are lucrative and others are not. In our society people value ones ability to do the amazing and show the true colors of what a human being is capable of.
Fucking celebrities. They're an insult to real actors. We work OUR asses off trying to do what we love, and you know what? We get shit. We get paid less than garbage men. At least they have steady jobs and don't have to deal with so many obnoxious people.
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