All Tasks – https://docs.google.com/a/dasmeshschool.com/document/d/10U5tomcr-lwjynta8fLQQQz4WeO7PXSTq-9XHoMv6SA/edit?usp=sharing
Different questions assigned to people according to different sections of Work Life Balance.
Manvinder – How does your job impact your happiness?
Jovan- What certain amount of money is shown to maximize the amount of happiness and decrease stress ?
Herveen- Different jobs and the difference in money made– Scale?
Avneet- Should a person base their career choice on the money that they make or on what they enjoy?
Gurjiwan- Can money impact your career choice?
This will all go on a Facebook page and we will also communicate this on the Facebook page.
Herveen Padda: Different jobs and the difference in money made– Scale?
Lawyer- Tax lawyer-$62,961 to $118,269.
-Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Lawyer- $41,583 – $124,247.
-Criminal lawyer – $39,596 to $127,425
Lawyers and Their Salaries
Doctors-Anesthesiologists-US$105,402 to US$395,672.
-Cardiologists-US$69,043 and US$412,406
-Neurosurgeons-US$102,297 and US$729,121.
-Pediatricians-US$87,100 to US$203,391.
Doctors and Their Salaries
Jovan Gill: What certain amount of money is shown to maximize the amount of happiness and decrease stress ?
There is only so much happiness that money can buy…. According to researchers behind the original Princeton study, the rough average amount of money per year to keep someone emotionally well is $75,000. This covers basic expenses and adds a little free room when spending for certain pleasure.
Manvinder Jawanda: How does your job impact your happiness?
How Does Your Job Affect Your Happiness – It’s intrinsically human to want to feel you’re adding value, whether you work at a fast food restaurant or are a brain surgeon, and knowing that your job is important boosts your self-worth.
Avneet Maan: Should a person base their career choice on the money that they make or on what they enjoy?-
A person should not base their career choice on how much money the job gives because if you do a job you enjoy, you can get a raise or promotion and earn more money anyways, but if you choose a career a based on how much money it gives you will have a lot of stress and it will be very hard to get that kind of job. Even if you do get that job you won’t be happy and will be struggling to go to work everyday. Most people agree that you should choose your career based on what you enjoy but they couldn’t do it because they were scared on how they would pay their bills and because people always measure a person’s worth and intelligence on how much they were able to learn. All these people regret not following their dreams and choosing a job based on the money because now they are unhappy and wish they could go back.
Gurjiwan Takhar: Can money impact your career choice?
Income is something that everyone looks into before they get a job because people want a job that pays good money. Instead you are supposed to take consideration in other things like interest and ability, work environment, stress level, job security, time for other things like family and leisure, and location. This is what you are supposed to look at
Project Based Learning
How much money you need to be happy