My Ideal Job Essays Essays and Term Papers

  • Work, as Discussed in Choices

    Work After reading three essays relating to work from the collection Choices, it can reasonably be concluded that the ideal components and ideal conditions of work, along with a “definition” of leisure time, are largely personal and hard to generalize. Sayers, Csikszentmihalyi, and Hochschild each...

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  • Utopia

    I do not see a pure, refined and idealistic utopia as perhaps most Americans would. Through this short essay I will attempt to coherently convey my vision of a near perfect society under a near perfect government, while remaining within the realm of reality. Basic components of this utopia include...

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  • KNOWING YOU WORK PLACE

     Knowing your ideal work culture is beneficial in every area of the work place. Organization, values, vision and work language are all, different forms, of work culture. This essay will examine the work culture; appropriate channels for communications...

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  • Mid- Test

    DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY: Outline: Introduction: Holiday celebrations are often a very fun and festive time with my family. One such holiday is Tet holiday of year. Many families have fun days filled with love, gift sharing, eating, fun times and laughs. In my family the entire family gathers at my grandparent’s...

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  • The Personal Essay “I Want a Wife”

    In the personal essay “I Want a Wife”, Judy Brady uses irony to explain why she would want a wife. Brady lists multiple jobs and tasks that an ideal wife does and is expected to do. Along with irony, the author uses sarcasm and repetition to emphasize what a wife does for her husband, as well as her...

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  • American Dream

    portrayed through hard work, the ability to better yourself, and financial success. Throughout the course of time, not only do customs change, but the ideals of the American Dream are modified as well. In most cases the basic characteristics of the traditional American Dream is translated through the actions...

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  • Culture Reading

    of motherly behavior do you find in this essay? READ MORE Feminist Issues Strategy and Style f. What technique(s) does Brady use to introduce her essay? Comment on the effectiveness. g. How does Brady conclude? Is her conclusion long enough for this essay? h. Ms. is a popular publication, in contrast...

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  • I Want a Wife

    Judy Brady In essay written by Judy Brady titled “ I want a wife” she expresses her views to her audience her readers the meaning of the essay, Judy Brady explains her point of view and the expectation women face in today society...

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  • all about me

    My full name is Celina Guerrero. There’s nothing extra special about my name but in French “Celina” translates to sky or heaven. According to my father, I was named after my grandfather, Cecelio. My mother originally wanted to name me Cecelila, fortunately, my dad wasn’t too eager on that name and came...

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  • Muet

    Last week I presented my students with this question to answer in essay format. I always love to join in with my students in writing the monthly essay, not only as I love writing, but to show them that I, as the teacher, also care about the work I'm giving them, and to give them some support in what...

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  • Barbara Erenreich's Essay: Nickel And Dimed- On (Not) Getting By In America

    Summer Reading Essay Most Americans believe all those who are poor and homeless are those without a job, only surviving on a little amount received through governmental aid. We learn this to be untrue through an essay from Barbara Ehrenreich's Nickel-and-Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America...

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  • Essay

    Blues Essay Response Essay Response During the story, the narrator tries to learn the things he had missed with his brother Sonny. At the end of the story, the narrator finally gained... Premium Essay Writing encourage students to test or examine their ideas concerning a particular topic. Essays are...

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  • Notes

    Brother It always felt like a duty, a job that you simply do because you have to. I never once felt like questioning this job. It’s only recently that I realized how great an older brother can be, after seeing what kind of impact my “caring” self made upon the lives of my siblings. With that in mind, I thought...

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  • Bien

    Descriptive Essay Thitiporn Pholdee 55030069 My Ideal Boss I have obeyed to my parents and listen to their precept for almost all my life. One of important things that they have told me is choosing friends like the proverbs ‘Keep not ill men company lest you increase the number’ or ‘You are who...

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  • Utopia

    capitalized : a place of ideal perfection  esp. in laws, government, and social conditions". Where is this perfect place? Will my dog live  forever there? Will I never grow old? If I never grow old there does that mean I never mature?  What if my idea of perfection differs from my neighbor there, will...

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  • Life and Motivation

    have kicked and crawled my way towards that dream. Why you may ask did it take so long? Because I lacked one key ingredient – Motivation. What I didn't realize is that motivation is what drives us and gives us that hunger for more!That knowledge I didn't posses is what made my academic career so long...

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  • Amusing Ourselves to Death Essay

    “Amusing Ourselves to Death”, I believe is the ideal title for not only Neil Postman’s book but his over all premise of technology as a whole. In my essay about Postman’s 1992 article in Tecnos, I am going to take the approach of arguing on the side that goes in opposition to his beliefs. The reason...

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  • Philistinism in England and America

    Comments on Matthew Arnold's "Philistinism in England and America" 	In his essay, "Philistinism in England and America," Matthew Arnold examines the ancient ideas of Plato in the context of a twentieth century, capitalist society. As he agrees with almost all of what Plato...

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  • Model Essay of Dream World

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  • Dumpster Abortion

    101 G2 14 October 2012 Analysis of Two Essays Lars Eighner and Sallie Tisdale's lives aren't anywhere near ideal, living unconventional lives, in contrast to the way that your average citizen lives. In Lars' essay, “On Dumpster Diving,” and Tisdale's essay, “We Do Abortions Here,” both authors describe...

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