In recent times, economic growth has helped many become richer, both in developed and developing countries. However, those in developed countries are not as happy as they were in the past. Why is this? What can be learned from this?
Past few decades, a host of nations has become rich by economic growth, although some countries do not feel happy just because they used to be rich in the past. In this essay, I am not demonstrating the reasons behind it but also outlining positive points in the following paragraphs and a logical conclusion.
To embark with, in the past, developed countries economy was rich, and their citizen tends to spend more hours on the job than currently such as 14 to 15 hours per day while nowadays people like to cherish life and working schedule hours also decline. For instance, after the invention of social platforms, people spend time there rather than the occupation in developed countries such as Twitter and Facebook. On the other hand, in developing countries, people know the value of money, and they face trouble getting food and healthy regards. After being rich, they are happy, especially for the improvement of lifestyle.
We can learn a myriad of things from it. First and foremost, in this advanced era, humankind thought is ‘money is everything' However, given notion teach us that wealth is not everything, happiness is. Furthermore, Being rich is not fill happiness; a penurious person can fill happiness in their lives. Secondly, developed countries citizen enjoy life for social status and comparing to other which forge deleterious
effects sometimes for them6as well nation.
I’m conclusion, past a few decades ago, those countries were poor that now rich and it does not make happy for those who used to be rich in past. Developed countries people shifted from hard work and moved to enjoyment while becoming rich, developing countries citizen contributed. We have to find happiness instead of wealth.
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