It is really interesting that English Friday becoming challenging every week. Last week challenge is our opinion about this:
Some people feel that certain workers like nurses, doctors and teachers are undervalued and should be paid more, especially when other people like entertainers (e.g. film stars, pop musicians or sports stars) are paid huge sums of money that are out of proportion to the importance of the work that they do.
I think we cannot say that nurses, teachers, or doctor are undervalued, since what they do is to save people and develop people. What they do coming from their heart and it can’t be describe by money.
If entertainers paid huge money, I think are not overvalued, since that they’re job to entertain other. They paid huge to make people laugh and usually they have a lot of sponsors.
It is really different with humanity jobs like nurses, doctors, or teachers that they don’t have a lot of sponsors from government or others. Their paid depends on their office and usually, they do their job not because of the money, but because they care for another people.
We cannot said that some other jobs undervalued or overvalued based on the money. There are a lot of things more than money that we can get from jobs like experiences, helping other, make other happy, or to develop ourselves to become better person. We can appreciate other’s people job and what they do to other. I believe that no jobs in this world that don’t have benefit to the others.
* This post is submission for English Friday Challange
** Feel free to be grammar Nazi :)