Is family more important or the status in the society?
I always see people talking about work life balancing. But the fact is that money and social status dictates everything in this world. If you need to earn money and give your family a good life you do need to go that extra mile and sacrifice those precious moments with your family. And if you don't choose to do so and choose your family then your children fail to get that right platform to launch themselves in life. I have seen both sides of the coin. What is the right mix? If there is anything called the right mix.
Socioeconomic status is more important. Socioeconomic status determines your overall quality of life. Socioeconomic status determines if you will have a roof over one's head or be homeless. Socioeconomic status determines if you & your family will be living comfortably w/little or no economic worries or be in the struggling mode, living or rather existing from day to day, even hour to hour.
Socioeconomic status determines what type of neighborhood you will live in-a high crime-infested, poverty neighborhood or a safe, secure affluent neighborhood. Socioeconomic status determines the quality of education your children will receive & HOW FAR they will go in school. Socioeconomic status is the be & end all in society. Money RULES the world. Family is a quite inconsequential issue in comparison to socioeconomic status.
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