It has always been argued that acceptance of everybody’s current situation can benefit them even though they are unsatisfied with their lives, while other experts believe that people should try as much as possible to achieve their satisfactory position.
On the one hand, changing job situation and earning money is not as easy as books and films mention as it needs a lot of demands and enough incentive. Most people habitually follow their daily lives and do not have a strong incentive to boost the quality of their lives as they think they are too tired both physically and mentally to change their situations. Besides, researchers have confirmed that numerous people find it difficult to leave their unpleasant jobs in order to find a better career, mainly because of limited financial opportunities. Furthermore, some people prefer to stay in their comfort zones for several reasons, including lack of self-esteem, high sense of insecurity, and also lack of enough knowledge. Therefore, because of all these reasons, some people think adapting to an unsatisfying job is more acceptable than trying to change it.
On the other hand, a vast number of psychologists and economists believe that everybody in society should work hard and struggle with shortages to achieve the best things. They argue living with satisfaction is a primarily right for an individual and one of the vital responsibilities of any government is to create a safe atmosphere that each person has enough incentive to improve their budget. They also believe most people have enough capability to raise the quality of their lives; they just need a driving force to push them forward in order to use their creativity and knowledge to tackle problems and get satisfied with their achievements.
In my opinion, changing and improving an unpleasant situation depends on a variety of factors, including education, capability, and creativity of each person as well as economic stability in the society. I think people in developed countries who highly benefited from economic stability, should be encouraged to boost the quality of their lives, while in developing countries where most people suffer from economic recession and lack of enough employment possibilities, it is best for them to maintain their jobs even they are unsatisfied with it.
In conclusion, trying to change an unsatisfactory career and situation, not only depends on the personality of an individual but also depends on other important factors in society such as government and economic stability. I believe it is difficult to consider just one solution to this phenomenon all over the world.