What kinds of jobs are difficult to do in your country?
I believe any job that involves big risks is difficult. A good example is a police officer or a firefighter. Those jobs put you face-to-face with danger pretty much on a daily basis. For those kinds of jobs, you have to be really brave as well as physically fit. It’s definitely not a walk in the park. Some difficult jobs also involve a lot of intelligence, like doctors and scientists. Actually only a very small proportion of people have the talent to be doctors and scientists. And those jobs also require years of study and training.
Do you think difficult jobs are more interesting than easy jobs?
Yeah, I would say so. Difficult jobs might be riskier, but they’re also more interesting because of it. For example, being a police officer would be way cooler than being a salesperson because police officers get to help keep the community safe. They get to investigate cases and do interesting kinds of work. Being a scientist would also be more interesting than an office job because of all the new discoveries they can make.
Do difficult jobs offer high wages?
I mean, I sure hope so. If you’re doing hard work, you should be paid well for it. Thankfully, I think that’s usually the case. Lots of difficult jobs give you high wages, like police officers and firefighters. Since they technically work for the government, I think they get paid a pretty penny. Doctors and scientists usually make good money as well, at least to my knowledge. It makes the difficulty of the job worth it.
Do you think robots would replace human workers in the future?
I believe they’ll replace some human workers, but definitely not all of them. For one, it would be pretty expensive to actually make all those robot workers. For another, there are lots of jobs that robots can’t do, like being therapists or police officers or artists. Most importantly, robots can’t create and control things the way humans do. So I don’t think we have to be worry about robots stealing all our jobs.
What kinds of jobs cannot be replaced by robots? What kinds of jobs can be replaced by robots?
I mean, robots can take care of manufacturing jobs, which has already happened in a lot of factories. They can even do jobs that involve selling things or serving people. But I don’t think they can replace that human touch when it comes to more arts-based jobs, like writing books, making movies, or even designing things. I definitely hope robots won’t take over all jobs in the future. It would make the future pretty bleak.
Do you think it would be beneficial to provide training to employees?
Yes, I definitely think it’s beneficial to provide training to employees. Every company has expectations for their employees. So if they give their employees training, there’s good communication and understanding between both ends. The company can make it clear how they want their employees to behave while on the job. Without training, employees might try to do things their own way and cause confusion. I can’t imagine the kind of chaos that would cause.
It’s definitely not a walk in the park
Thankfully, I think that’s usually the case
a pretty penny
at least to my knowledge