The most important consideration when choosing any career or job is having a high income. To what extent do you agree or disagree?


It is widely accepted that salary should be the key factor to be taken into account when choosing a job as money plays so important a role in our lives. While it is understandable to assert the significance of money, I disagree with the idea since in the long run, it is our love for the job that motivates us to work and decides whether we stay with it instead of salary.

To begin with, material possessions have no limit, which means you will never feel enough with the money you have if you choose to work for the high salary as the key element. Invariably, there are jobs in the same specialty that offer more money than the one you choose, but moving sideways whenever you find a better-paid vacancy possibly leads to career instability and disruption in professional development given the hardship you have overcome throughout the years working in the field. In addition, there may come a time in life when you have no ambitions to earn more and when that day draws near, there are very few stimuli in your job that can hold you to the occupation you once chose because of the high salary.

From my own perspective, most of our consideration when choosing a career or a job should be placed upon how much we love what we will be doing in that job instead of salary. Some people may say they like their jobs because of the good salary, which I understand why as having much money enables us to have a better life standard. However, I think people should draw the line between the fondness of salary and the love for the things we do in our job. It is reasonable to ask ourselves such question when picking a vacancy since having to fulfil daily professional tasks that we do not really like may impede us from feeling happy no matter how much we earn. Furthermore, I hold a firm belief that if we persist in doing what we love and try hard to make improvements everyday although the salary initially offered for the job is not high, we can still find ourselves making enough income. The money we earn may not be in a considerable amount, but it is enough to feed us and help us pursuing our dreams.

In conclusion, although I agree that money plays an important role in making a career choice, I believe that by no means should money be considered as the most significant factor as it is the love for what we do in our jobs that ought to rank first.

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It is widely accepted that salary should be the key factor to be taken into account when choosing a job, as money plays so important a role in our lives. While it is understandable to assert the significance of money, I disagree with the idea since in the long run, it is our love for the job, not the amount that we earn, that motivates us to work and decides whether we stay with it instead of salary.

To begin with, material possessions have no limit, which means you will never feel content enough with the money you have if you use choose to work for the high salary as the key in choosing a position. element. Invariably, there are jobs in the same specialty that offer more money than the one you currently have choose, but moving sideways whenever you find a better-paid position vacancy possibly leads to career instability and disruption in professional development given the hardship you have overcome throughout the years working in the field. (I do not understand your point.) In addition, there may come a time in life when you have no ambitions to earn more and when that day draws near, there are very few stimuli in your job that can hold you to the occupation you once chose because of the high salary.

From my own perspective, most of our consideration when choosing a career or a job should be placed upon how much we love what we will be doing in that job instead of the salary. Some people may say they like their jobs because of the good salary, which I understand why as since having much more money enables us to have a better life standard of living. However, I think people should draw the a line between the fondness of salary and the love for the things we do in our job. It is reasonable to ask ourselves such questions when picking from a list of job offers a vacancy since having to fulfil carry out daily professional tasks that we do not really like may impede us from feeling happy no matter how much we earn. Furthermore, I hold a firm belief that if we persist in doing what we love and try hard to make improvements everyday although the salary initially offered for the job is not high, we can still find ourselves making enough income. The money we earn may not be in a considerable amount, but it is adequate / sufficient enough to feed us and help us pursue pursuing our dreams.

In conclusion, although I agree that money plays an important role in making a career choice, I believe that by no means should money be considered as the most significant factor as it is the love for what we do in our jobs that ought to rank first.