Things made by machine

We live in a consumeristic society, where everything is disposable. People now, with the incredible life speed in the cities, buy a lot of useless things. Clearly, also the industries have changed their ways of producing the dailies consumer goods, using machines instead of people, producing faster but with a lower quality. At these conditions,…

t-478

The argument is seriously flawed because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that the deluxe air filter has emerged since six months before and successfully generate sales by depriving the economy one of its customers, leading to the decrease in corporate profits. Thus, the memorandum simplistically goes on to conclude that…

internet

I totally agree with the idea that the Internet provide us a lot of valuable and precious information by following reasons. First, through the Internet we can access enormous knowledge, not costing too much money. The value of information is the very important part of our lives because when we require some chance we should…

integrated writing

In the lecture, the professor makes a series of points that cast doubt on all the arguments presented in the reading texts about the advantages of offering the option of the four-day work week to the economy, employees, and companies. For a start, the professor does not believe, contrary to the reading passage’s notion, the…

employer

Although some people prefer an experienced worker with high salary, I would like to employ a worker who don’t have enough experience with a lower salary because of the following reasons. First, the labor cost of an inexperienced worker is cheaper. Payments for employees occupy the large part of the total costs of enterprises in…

Issue 6- Competition

Whether competition is beneficial or detrimental to the society? I believe that competition having any impact on the society depends on the nature or the core of the competition. Competition can go either way, it may be beneficial to the society or deleterious. I think the writer stretch to far saying competition is ultimately beneficial….