Some people argue job satisfaction is more important than job security. Others believe a permanent job is more important. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

Some people feel that, when it comes to jobs, feeling satisfied is more important than feeling secure, whereas others think that having a stable and fixed job for the whole life is more important. From my perspective, I think the role of job satisfaction overshadows that of job security.

First of all, the reason why some people think feeling satisfied is more important might believe that when someone feels satisfied with their jobs, they would be likely to dedicate more energy, creativity and be more responsible for their jobs, which probably spurs them on keeping learning and developing their skills. On the contrary, if someone feels their jobs are monotonous, lacking benefits or too stressful, the workers may lack commitment. And in the worst case, they would suffer both mentally and physically, thus, decreasing workplace productivity.

On the other hand, people who believe a life-long job is still more important even if it does not fulfill employee’s satisfaction might think that in the age of constant economic changes, the labor market has become increasingly competitive. Therefore, if individuals cannot keep their own jobs, they would possibly be permanently unemployed. As an example, in Japan, it quite common to see white-collar workers who are fired staying at homes for months or even years because they can neither find other jobs nor return to their old ones.

In conclusion, both sides of the argument have their merits. However, on balance, I think that job satisfaction plays a more important role. This is because individuals would slack off and be irresponsible if their jobs cannot fill them with a sense of satisfaction. As well as this, a permanent job, I believe, is not necessary since today many people can choose to self-employ.

Some people feel that, when it comes to jobs, feeling satisfied is more important than feeling being in a secure position, whereas others think that having a stable and fixed job for the whole life (That is not the topic. ) is more important. From my perspective, I think the role of job satisfaction overshadows that of job security.

First of all, the reason why some people think feeling satisfied is more important might believe that when someone feels satisfied with their jobs, they would be likely to dedicate more energy, and creativity and be more responsible for their jobs, which probably spurs them on to keep keeping learning and developing their skills. On the contrary, if someone feels their jobs are monotonous, lacking benefits or too stressful, the workers may lack commitment. And in the worst case, they would suffer both mentally and physically, thus, decreasing workplace productivity.

On the other hand, people who believe a secure life-long job is still more important even if it does not fulfill employee’s give them satisfaction might think that in the age of constant economic changes, the labor market has become increasingly competitive. Therefore, if individuals cannot keep their own jobs, they would possibly be permanently unemployed. As an example, in Japan, it quite common to see white-collar workers who are fired staying at homes (wrong form) for months or even years because they can neither find other jobs nor return to their old ones. So many of them choose to start their own businesses and be self-employed.

In conclusion, both sides of the argument have their merits. However, on balance, I think that job satisfaction is plays a more important role. This is because individuals would slack off and be irresponsible if their jobs cannot fill them with a sense of satisfaction and if they lose their job, they can be an entrepreneur and work for themselves. As well as this, a permanent job, I believe, is not necessary since today many people can choose to self-employ.(Do not add a new idea in the last paragraph. Just summarize those in the body paragraphs.)

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