People in society work in many different settings, and for a variety of reasons. What do you think is the main reason why people have jobs? - to feel happier about their lives - to save money for the future - to develop new skills Use specific examples and details to support your answer.

Everyone has to has a job for at least to survive. There are many reasons why people have to work. Some of them are happy in their tasks some are not. I think that most people work because they need and think about their future. I will explain in the following essay my thoughts. To begin with, humans think in the future all the time. While each person acts differently from others, a lot of people think about when they will be able to retire. Although most will be able to stop working only when they became old, nowadays young also think about how they can be stoping working early. Inattention to that, the number of people aged between 16 to 20 opening a saving bank account has increased by 35% in the last five years. On the other hand, there is the satisfaction to be doing what they like. In speat of young people saving cash to retire early, most of them do not do what they like and intend to do that after they stop working. Thus, most people only think about the future. Secondly, people are scared about what can comes next. Although they are in a good health, they could get a disease. Therefore, they save money in case something happens and use it for their benefits. For example, in the US most of the health system is paid by the person when it is used. Then, not only is expensive but also needs some efforts to handle it so, people nor have health insurance or use another source to pay it. Nonetheless, people are fixed to save money for any reason. Finally, with the above in mind, people save cash to benefit on their dreams or any cause that they have. I restate my opinion that most people work to put their cash in the bank. therefore, they use it in any way that they need or like.
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