It most certainly is, Ollie.
Lady, say no all you love i'll give an example. Let's just say Science teaching job pays £14,500 p/a. A prestigious job, good career, SAME start time and holidays off (usually same time students off) but! All that teacher will b paid is 14.5K p/a (after tax).
NOW! Imagine a family sat in Sunday lunch, their kids n cousins, highly educated, are all present and one kid (or aged 21) announces... "Am gonna be a science teacher for secondary school." YOU any idea what will happen?? The other bro, sis n cousins will try and talk him out of it! Indirectly of course, "You sure? I heard it a lot o hard work..." Blah blah. Why talk him out of it?? BECAUSE THE PAY IS £14,500 P/A!
The truth is, people aim for degree for a better paid job, not a better job.
U are entitle to ur opinion as I am, agree to disagree I dont really care. Money wont make you happy, you need to be happy with yourself first and foremost. Thank you for your opinion. Not here to change anyone's opinion and I'm not changing mine. JMO
Awww I like you already. Although everyone knows money isn't source o happiness but society still aims for money. From aged 13 -15 onwards.
Also interesting you mention "Happy" before I did. Indirect psychological factor!
I know how to play the game of so called life. Kids have no clue.
Yes and no - depends on the situation. Sometimes money is everything, and sometimes there isn't enough money in the world for me to do something.