Some people argue that it is best to accept a bad situation, such as an unsatisfactory job or shortage of money. Others believe that it is better to try and improve such situations. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

It is natural for human beings to thrive for improvement and betterment, Most of us are always looking for good things in their life, whereas there are some peoples who accept unfavourable circumstances, like demoralizing jobs and inadequate wages. We are going to discuss the both expects of life. Economic conditions of a country are the best measure of livelihood in the country,
there are some other factors involved as well. If
of any particular country is in a boom phase, there will be lots of opportunities for everyone, but if
the economy
is in decline than people are forced to accept unfavourable situations, People prefer to settle for a less than nothing. They give their services in less than desired wages or they opt for jobs that are not related to their fields or not even available in their towns. They just don’t want to waste their time. And on the other hands there are people who are always looking to improve their lives, which is a good thing and in their rights to look for betterment. But in pursuit of these it is not right to waste your time, as every individual is a resource for an
and if
the economy
is not utilizing its resources at its fullest
everyone is at
used to form the superlative
. If individuals work hard with determination, success is bound to them, they will eventually achieve their desires. In my opinion you can seek good things while being on unsatisfactory jobs, as there is no
law that will stop you from following your dreams. Acceptance of tough situations only means that you are willing to do anything to reach your ultimate goals.
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