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Discuss or debate the questions below. Remember to support your answers!

  • Are you paid enough? Why/not?
  • Does your salary more or less equal your job description? Why/not?
  • Have you ever negotiated a pay raise with your boss? If yes, what happened? If no, why haven't you tried to get more money?
  • Do you spend beyond your means? Please explain.

  • What would you consider a good salary? Think of an answer, compare it with your partner's answer, and then discuss the differences.
  • What would you consider an excellent salary? Think of an answer, compare it with your partner's answer, and then discuss the differences.
  • What's the difference (if any) between a good salary and a fair salary? Please explain.
  • How much money is too much money? Why do you think so?
  • What does "keeping up with the Joneses" mean?
  • Although many people live comfortable lives and have enough money, they are really just one or two paychecks from poverty. What do you think about this?
  • Money doesn't buy happiness. What does this mean? Please explain.
  • How much money should people have in order to comfortably retire? Why do you think so? Please explain.

  • Are top CEOs paid too much? How about the top people at your company?
  • Some people are billionaires and have more money than they will ever need, yet other people are starving and living in the worst sort of conditions. Is this fair? Why/not?
  • Would the world be better if there were no money? Why/not?
  • Would the world be better if there were a more equal distribution of wealth? Why/not?

  • What is work-life balance? Please explain.
  • Money is the root of all evil. What does this mean? Please explain.
  • What does "filthy rich" mean? Please explain.
  • Which would you prefer? Scenario A: You are pretty happy but poor. Scenrio B: You are filthy rich but quite miserable. Please explain your answer.

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