If you think about it parents do things around the house everyday. The only way it would be fair for kids to get paid is by the parents getting paid also. That is my opinion why kids should not get paid to do everyday jobs. They should be doing those tasks anyways its a part of life. So the question is should kids get payed for chores?
Kids should get paid for good grades. Kids in today's society all want money and we'll do anything to get it, including get good grades. Many studies have shown that people work harder if they physically get something out of there work such as money or candy. Since the kids today don’t get anything for good grades it's making them not want to try hard or put in any work into their school grades. Just think, going to work every day and not getting paid, would people still try their best and put all their time and effort into their job?
In the book The Breadwinner it implies many strategies parvana showed perseverance through her many struggles. (AnnaKate and Emily) To begin with, Parvana shows perseverance by cutting her hair to look like a boy so she can have a job and keep her family alive. The author wrote “While it was on her head, it had seemed important. It didn’t seem important anymore”This shows perseverance because she changes the way she looks so she can be able to get out of the house and earn money. She realized it is not all about looks and that family is more important than what people think you look like.
For example: studying to get a good grade, cleaning your room so you don't get punished by your parent, or in today's world, go to work every morning in order to get a salary. This last one is the most common and its the one that has been more present in the workforce. The other form of motivational factors is an intrinsic factor, this involves engaging in a behavior that will give you a personal reward. It essentially means performing an activity for its own sake than from the desire of some external reward. For example: making a puzzle because you think the challenge is fun or practicing a sport.
Should a person get paid just for showing up for there a job and not actually doing anything? Should they also get paid the same amount even if another co-worker is better at their job? Just because someone shows up and participates, doesn’t not mean they deserve the same treatment as everyone else. Some parents and athletes believe equal playing time for all sports and activities is deserved all through their middle school and high school careers. However, earning your position, being undeserving of playing time, and coaches trying to win in their respected program are all issues that need to be thought of before people begin fighting for equal playing time.
Ann feels that it is wrong for John to “slave away fifteen hours a day” to afford pretty clothes for her. The clothing symbolizes the contradictory ideals of a happy marriage between John and Ann. Both John and Ann want to achieve a joyful life together, but it is impossible due to their actions denying the other. To provide Ann with someone to talk to, John decides to invite their close friend, Steven to their home. John trusts Steven to help Ann with chores and to provide her with companionship.
John spends his hours working to pay off their mortgage in order to buy his wife nice things. She sees herself as young now, but believes that by the time nice things come to her, she will be too old to enjoy them. Ann is trapped by the idea of time and so she acts in attempt to control it. She paints the woodwork in her house to keep her hands occupied and distract her from the brutal isolation she is experiencing. This also helps to keep the house looking new and fresh and in turn keeps her feeling young.
Everyone is so used to correlating success with money and good jobs that we incorporate it in our daily lives without even knowing. Our parents are partly responsible for the way our society thinks of success. They are the ones that nurture us and teach us our morals and values. For example, my parents also brought me up saying that being successful when I grow up means that I have a good job with a good salary. The implications are that
I know it is important for you to have your teenager help around the house, go to school and have a good attitude. It is also important to many parents to have their children be happy and to do this they buy them expensive gifts, vacations and family outings which the parent believes the teenager desires to have. By not finding out what is actually important for the teenager and then trusting in them enough to earn it on their own, the teenager actually feels like they are being bought and they begin to doubt in their own abilities. Worse yet, the brain develops in a welfare system mentality and they never learn the skills on their own to maintain the lifestyle you offer when they become an
So I left the company to work in a factory work that I absolutely detest but the pay was good and the hours were awesome so I had to do it for my family. I turned out not to be that bad of a job the conditions were deplorable but the people I work with were great and it worked for a while but my kids were about to start school and I knew that there was no better time then than to finally take a shot at going back to school so I made up my mind and took the
All in all a lot of students don’t have to necessarily “work” for it. I believe to make students work harder in school and to start money managing sooner, they should get paid for having good grades. Children in school work and strive for an education, at least I hope most of them do. Students that see school as pointless and they aren’t getting anything out of it, typically don’t try their hardest. Poor grades affect both them and the school.
Many kids say they should get paid for chores. I think they shouldn 't get paid. I don 't get paid for chores and many other kids don 't either. I don 't care if I get paid for chores and some parents might not like it either. You shouldn 't get paid for chores because The kids parents provide a house for them and they try hard to support their lives Until they die.