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    Quote Originally Posted by ALC View Post
    I can guarantee you that a vast majority of the population don’t look at their jobs as meaningful but rather as a way to support themselves and make money.
    Yes, and that is something that makes a lot of people miserable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pavluska View Post
    The reverse pyramid age demographic is a HUGE issue in the West and Asian countries like China. It can lead to economic collapses. You'll have a very high number of old people supported by a very small number of workers.
    I've already addressed this and no it won't be a problem in Europe. The developed economies of Europe (west) are find to handle the aging population - it's a simple matter of changing the structures of society to create the needed increase in fertility in especially southern Europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddy View Post
    There is. Why do you think we have a stress epidemic?

    But still there's a huge difference between waking up to go to work and waking up to do soem "arts".
    How stressful is it to be a teacher?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALC View Post
    I can guarantee you that a vast majority of the population don’t look at their jobs as meaningful but rather as a way to support themselves and make money.
    Absolutely.

    Honestly, I envy those people who find their jobs meaningful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IliveForJuve View Post
    How stressful is it to be a teacher?
    Doesn't that always depend on the person? There are loads of people who'd find my job immensely stressful, having to speak in court for a bunch of people. Personally I'd find working in a lab a hell of a lot worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven View Post
    I do not feel confident about this at all.

    True, I don't know why I thought that. I know a few people happy to stay at home doing nothing.

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    There are. But what really matters is that you feel you are doing meaningful work. Whether it is or it isn't, is largely irrelevant.
    That's what I mean though: jobs that aren't meaningful to the employee.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maddy View Post
    There is. Why do you think we have a stress epidemic?

    But still there's a huge difference between waking up to go to work and waking up to do soem "arts".
    I hear you, it's important to have a routine, which is what a job provides.
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    It's on paper now, I'll be working in Paulatuk, Northwest Territories. Small aboriginal reserve of more or less then 350 people, school has about 130 students from kindergarden to grade 12. Start date is on August 27th, flying off a week ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr3sh View Post
    It's on paper now, I'll be working in Paulatuk, Northwest Territories. Small aboriginal reserve of more or less then 350 people, school has about 130 students from kindergarden to grade 12. Start date is on August 27th, flying off a week ahead.

    https://www.educationcanada.com//bro...d=220834&a=jlp

    Population of slightly 300 people, all of a different race. You go there as a black man. Man, if at some point during your time there a crime happens...
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    i should stick to menial jobs eh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr3sh View Post
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    i should stick to menial jobs eh

    "Black man lynched and eaten in Paulatuk"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven View Post
    Yes, and that is something that makes a lot of people miserable.
    Right but my point is that people are happy to not work. Giving them money for doing nothing will result in what I said. It’s not being white trash, it’s natural instinct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven View Post
    Doesn't that always depend on the person? There are loads of people who'd find my job immensely stressful, having to speak in court for a bunch of people. Personally I'd find working in a lab a hell of a lot worse.
    Also depends on the career.

    Corporate law is one of the most stressful career paths with its never ending problems, especially when there are millions of dollars at stake.

    I'm confident that a dentist or a teacher live more of a stress free life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quetzalcoatl View Post
    True, I don't know why I thought that. I know a few people happy to stay at home doing nothing.

    That's what I mean though: jobs that aren't meaningful to the employee.


    I hear you, it's important to have a routine, which is what a job provides.
    Congrats blud
    If you're a boring person, yeah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IliveForJuve View Post
    Also depends on the career.

    Corporate law is one of the most stressful career paths with its never ending problems, especially when there are millions of dollars at stake.

    I'm confident that a dentist or a teacher live more of a stress free life.
    The incessant noise and arrogance of teens can be pretty stressful I'm sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IliveForJuve View Post
    Also depends on the career.

    Corporate law is one of the most stressful career paths with its never ending problems, especially when there are millions of dollars at stake.

    I'm confident that a dentist or a teacher live more of a stress free life.

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    If you're a boring person, yeah.
    Dentists have the highest suicide rates

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr3sh View Post
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    i should stick to menial jobs eh
    Good luck, hit some of that native pussy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quetzalcoatl View Post
    Dentists have the highest suicide rates
    Do they? There are a couple of dentists in my family. They work hard, but they make an obscene amount of money. Surprisingly (for me at least) they make a lot more than most doctors.
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    If you're a boring person, yeah.
    if you lived day by day without any direction you'd become unhappy quickly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven View Post
    Do they? There are a couple of dentists in my family. They work hard, but they make an obscene amount of money. Surprisingly (for me at least) they make a lot more than most doctors.
    Among professionals. 2nd highest according to this article - https://www.therichest.com/rich-list...suicide-rates/

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