People have often praised technology for doing things instead of them, which should mean they have more free time. But in reality, it is not like that. At the beginning, someone has to make all the machines. Then they require maintenance. People who have cars must regularly clean them, change parts, have the vehicles examined and drive to stations to buy gas or petroleum. Mobile phones have to be recharged and sometimes repaired and computers keep crashing, giving owners hard time.
All this means that modern society needs more workers with their services constantly available. As a result, people spend much time in offices and workshops. This time has been even longer than now at some times (especially industrial revolution) but is increasing again. And this is not even all the work that humans actually do – they have to prepare food at home, clean, pay bills … Now the complications with technology add to this.
As it turns out, scientific and technological progress is not always good for people. They work more now than they did in prehistoric times. Costs of living are increasing faster than wages in many places, which leads to more poverty among working people and greater need to have two jobs at the same time. This is of course very exhausting, especially if both jobs are out of home. Therefore, many people seek non-conventional additional sources of income. If they are lucky, they can profit off their hobbies, for example, they sell their paintings. But there are also other forms of work (travail in French) that are not too excruciating. For instance, a growing number of bussinesses are paying customers for recommending them to others. This can be done by simply talking to one’s acquaintances and maybe giving them samples or by posting on social media.
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