The debate "Being a politician is a tough job" was started by
June 26, 2014, 7:26 am.
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That might be enough to see the common perception.
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its only tough if they don't do their job (the right way too)
having thousands of people to look after must be pretty hard a job.A mother taking care of a child is hard enough.
Politics is a stressful job. That's for sure. But there's a lot of perks which come from it. How many people go from politics to a cushy job for a private company they helped out where their job is secure and easy and profitable? Being a morally good politician is probably the hardest thing to do, but there's a world of labor jobs out there which are probably way harder, and a world of specialist jobs out there where there are many greater risks and fewer rewards. I don't know the statistics, but I'm willing to bet there are many hard jobs with higher suicide rates than being a politician.
Obama did go very grey in the hair though, these past years.
Politicians have responsibility to make people get better life. They usually talk a lot to make promise at the beginning of their campaign. However, as time goes by, they cannot do or they forget what they have promised before. So, I think it must be difficult to be a politician because they have to keep their promise.