This is an essay, not a thesis.
Some people argue that when employees
have appliedapply for a positon, their most important consideration is salary. However, I partly agree with this point of view and believe that other factors should be concernedare considered/taken into consideration/taken into account.
On the one hand,(If you say "on the one hand", you should follow by "on the other hand" in the next sentence and not the next paragraph) It's undeniable that money plays a essential role in an employee's life.
First, money enables them(who is them? employees? You used singular and change to plural) to meet
dailybasic daily needs. For instance, it can be usedis needed for payingto pay for food, housing, transport, bills and healthcare which are our basic survivalneeds for survival. In addition, the lack of money make them not towould prevent them from being able to afford to raise their children, to go on holidays, to pursue their hobbies which lead to a pleasure lifeand to have a better quality of life. ThatThis is also the reason for why more and morepeople quit present jobs in order to seek well- paid jobs.would change jobs in order to get higher salaries.
On the other hand,Whether or not money is the only factor affecting employee's decision when choosing a job...(this sentence is not complete). I think that there are other factors which are equally important. Firstly, manypeople would rather to apply forchoose a lowly-paid job with a friendly workplace environment than a highly-paid job with harmfulunhealthy/unpleasant workplace environment because the cost of health care may befar outweigh the benefit from those jobs.(While on healthcare, you can also talk about the fringe benefits offered by employers to employees which cover healthcare, among others, which would make up for lesser emolument). Secondly, the prospect for promotion gettingpromotion is one of the mainanother factor swhich has effect onemployees would consider when looking for a job. Many staffThere are employees who believe that getting higher positions would make them feel happier and more satisfyingsatisfied than gaining much moneygetting a higher salary. Finally, there are innumerable cases in all society, pointing out that many groups of people are working without salary. The volunteers and non-government organisations get involved in the works based on their social responsibilities instead of earning money (I do not think you should bring the work of voluntary organizations into the discussion as they belong to a different category. People work to earn income to survive. It is only after this basic need is met that people are in a position to offer their time for voluntary/charity work)
In conclusion, there are many factors
which could affect usto be considered when choosing a job. I believe that salary is not the only consideration and other factors should be concernedalso come into play in the decision.
Other factors to consider -
the nature of the work, whether it appeals to the person
the type of experience which can be gained from a job, the relevance to a person's qualification and for career advancement
the reputation of the employer
the organization and staff
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