Difference Between Rich And Rich People

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In this world, there are roughly two types of people. One of them eat as much as they want but doesn’t gain so much. The others eat as much as the first one but gains more than the one gains. Even if they spend exactly same life, there is a clear differences between both bodies. The reasons why this differences occurs are various. It is generally said that the DNAs which they have affects to how much they gain. Even the models of Victoria’s Secrets who are called as “Angels” have differences. Some of them are so strict to what they eat or how they spend their daily life to keep their weight and shape. On the other side, the other people have never been on diet. They eat some pieces of cake but that doesn’t really affect to their body. The…show more content…
It can be seen from educational differences. There are many articles and studies which mentions about the relationship between education and income. While the people who has Bachelor’s degree earn $1,237 per a week, the people who only has high school diploma earn only $678. (Dennis 2016) However, the percentage of poor people who go to college is lower than the one of rich people. It happens because they cannot afford the tuition and fees. While there are many opportunities for scholarship, financial aid, or even loans, they still cannot go to college because they need to go work to survive. They are unable to invest for the future. Meanwhile, the rich people are able to spend more money than the others. They don’t have to worry about their basic life. Thus, it would be much easier for rich people to go to college than the poor people. The difference isn’t what poor people choose because they want to, however they are only available to choose…show more content…
Since the salary doesn’t depend on how they work, their motivation tends to be decreased. However there is less gaps between rich people and poor people in the society compared with capitalism society. In this capitalism society, everyone has opportunities to gain more than others. But, when someone gains more, then the other gains less, it means they loss. Because there is a chance to become rich, people work hard, study hard, and make choices. As long as the capitalism continues, people try to gain. Some of them win the gambles and become rich and some others lose and become poor. Thus the gap between rich people and poor people will not disappear unless the society become non-capitalism. While the choices people make has no differences between rich and poor people, the results which the choices bring would be totally different because of the richness or poorness. In conclusion, the choice people make cannot be wrong, however that would be considered as the result the poor people make is considered
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