And yes, I totally agree that kids have parents who do not enjoy their jobs, but guess what? This goes generations back and it’ll just get worse and there will be more medication and therapy to get what will soon be the 90% of those who hate their jobs to actually do a somewhat good job. The issue today is that most kids go to school until they are about 18 and unfortunately, most never have the opportunity to learn what their talents are, much less explore them. I, for one, am really glad you’re contributing this to society instead of programming a computer somewhere for more money. What if man is more productive for a society at say computer programming than blogging about minimalism? Does that mean that man must program a computer for the benefit of society to maximize his production?
The production of large quantities of goods at low cost through the use of standardized parts and extensive division of labour was made possible by the development of machine tools (lathe-like machines for shaping metals) in the 19th century. Mass production encouraged manufacturing firms to grow much larger, demanding ever more specialized positions for managers, supervisors, accountants, scientists, engineers, technicians, salesmen, and others. Clerical work in some cases came to be organized according to principles similar to those of the industrial assembly line. Some primitive peoples also demonstrated an aptitude for making tools and weapons.
A lot of people have asked me how I can be happy working for a very low wage, but I get satisfaction from the actual work I am doing. I find it to be bizarre that many people I know don’t realize there is anything more to work than having to do something you hate in order for money. It’s a completely different mindset that a lot of people take to because we’re taught early on that jobs are grueling. How often do we hear someone joke “Ugh, you/I have to go to work?
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