My draft is about an argument. My argument is about how celebrities get paid way more than people in the army, navy, etc. I have people’s opinions and professionals. My first paragraph is celebrities get paid too much money. My second paragraph is about people in the military, navy, etc are getting paid less. My last paragraph are people’s opinions and professionals quotes about it.
Firstly to be famous there should high skills. For high skill person should do work hard for their whole entire life than the normal people. Professional sports player and actress should lot of time for being famous which normal people will not do. Motivation, Hard work, patience, and different other skill should be developed. Maintaining that level professional sport and actress work each and every time.
I feel this way because for what they are doing does not compare to the rest of the careers for the country. When I think of professional athletes I think of people who play a sport for our entertainment. Then when I think of a normal American citizen I think of a person who goes to work every day to try and support their family. In addition, Firefighters, Police Officers, EMT’s all of these people risk their lives and put themselves in danger, especially right now with all of the violence going on in the country it is very dangerous. While some
The hidden reality of celebrities makes people go crazy and it is a way for them to become more people and earn more money. They are using harmful ways to gain fame and money. Celebrities aren’t the right people to be role models because –they misuse their social media, spend their money the wrong way,
Each week a soccer player makes about 160,000 dollars. Per season a football player makes 60,000 dollars. The average ballet dancer makes about 20,000 dollars. Now these salaries are just a guess that i’ve made, but regardless it’s still a lot of money. I do feel as if athletes and entertainers make a lot of money, especially for just a season, game, or week. Do I agree with their salarie? My answer would have to be yes, and the reason that being is because I think that performers and athletes have to work hard to get where they are today and i think that athletes are crazy amazing for being in the gym almost everyday training three hours a day, and there are so many steps and trials to becoming a football player, or soccer player. And
As humans, one of our natural desires is the need to fit in with others. This psychological desire can cause people to go great lengths, even spend unimaginable money just to stay up to date or “stay in the circle”. Celebrities spend money on things that the average person couldn’t think of purchasing for themselves. Even the average person can sometimes feed into the temptation of buying something they really can’t spare the money on. These extra luxuries can come in the form clothing, jewelry, or even traveling experiences.
For generations, celebrities have been viewed as the flawless icons of America. They always have the perfect hair, they are seen wearing perfect outfits, perfect bodies, perfect houses, and overall, what seems to be a perfect life. These stars are everything that our less than perfect selves wish to be. This perception of a “perfect” celebrity is almost always a sight seen through a camera lens, on a screen, or in front of an audience. The fine details of these perfect lives are often glossed over and hidden from view.
Many of these celebrities have created a toxic environment that builds peer pressure in society. As seen with advertisements and body shaming that celebrities do whether it 's meant or not people are being influenced by this. Individuals have a growing amount of peer pressure to follow celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and follow their trends due to the poisoning of pure pressure. People may not fit in if they don’t follow to the status quo which has the potential to lead to a ruined society. Individuals are wasting time on entertainment while they can be doing more productive things.
“Cristiano Ronaldo makes $56 million a year, Kobe Bryant made $250 million a year and Barack Obama made $400,000 a year during his presidency...” (O'Connor ). Professional athletes are paid millions of dollars to play a game while police officers, firefighters, army soldiers, and even the president are paid significantly less. “It’s not shocking that public servants like teachers and police officers make less than professional athletes”(Figueroa). Compensation shouldn't be about entertainment, it should be about job importance because people are trying to make the world a better and safer place not a more entertaining place. The jobs that are harder and have a better effect on society are valued way less than being a professional athlete. Although
Would you want you whole life stalked by people and paparazzi snapping pictures of you eating, sleeping, having personal time with friends or family, and somehow always finding out where you are and getting no private time to yourself? Most people prefer to don’t want to be stalked everyday, especially when your sleeping or eating with someone. Gossip tends to ruin or somewhat help people’s lives because it spreads certain things you didn’t want some people to know that have now found out due to gossip, which inevitably is worse then not being able to stand up to the person face to face and tell them yourself. This life of a celebrity can be extremely harmful, not only to the individual themselves, but the people around that individual. Another thing that tends to be ruined or lost by celebrity culture is
According to the latest Forbes list of the highest paid actresses and actors, we are surprising about the pay gap between actresses and actors in Hollywood. The world’s 10 highest paid actresses received a total of $205 million over the last year, it seems a lot, but when comparing with the 10 highest paid actors combined earning $456.5 million, actresses are paying less than their male counterpart. Jennifer Lawrence, who earned $46 million as the highest paid actress last year, only ranked six if she was an actor. It is hard to image in Hollywood where people fight for the inequality and woman 's rights, still suffering from gender pay gap. We cannot deny that gender discrimination still underneath Hollywood in every aspect and a number of factors are accountable for the gender pay gap in Hollywood.
Even when celebrities follow the practice of a particular pattern of constantly re-inventing themselves through controversy it promotes public interest and sparks curiosity it often makes front-page news in the media. This is, in a sense, publicity for the celebrity. As it promotes their name and their brand which helps them become more and more recognized. Sociologist Goffman would
Do you think Pro Athletes are getting paid too much to just play a game, or do you think they are getting paid just enough? Surgeons are making under half of what pro athletes are making and one of the poorest places in the world are orphanages, so do you think that pro athletes should be paid over millions of dollars a year? I think that they should be paid a little less than what they are getting now.