People put themselves in positions they don't want to be in many times because they do not realize they have value. So they "accept" many things they hate as a result. They accept a low responsibility job. They accept low pay. This also goes into why some ignore education. They feel they have no value so education won't add anything to them. For those that do have an idea that they have some self worth, a decision has to be made on how much? You work hard, come to work on time, stay late, etc. Is that worth $10 an hour? $6 an hour? $20 an hour? People determine how much your life is worth, and you agree to it when you sign your name to the papers. People also determine how long you will work for the money they've decided to pay you. Have you worked on your job longer than 5 years? 10 years? 15 years? 20 years? Not many can say they've been on the same job 5 years in a row, and definitely not 10 years. A small few have been in the same job for 15 straight years. Are they truly earning what they are worth?
That's the question. How much is your life worth? Does it matter? Do you care? Do your children care? Why should you care? General discussion, call in if you have thoughts.
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