The debate "People today are more lazy than years ago" was started by
July 22, 2014, 4:21 pm.
68 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 10 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
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I would say that people living in urban areas have become more lazy as they have easy access to new technology and advanced gadgets which makes them rely too much on them. Life in villages and remote areas which are distant from these new technological gadgets is still simple and people living there put in more effort to complete a task as compared to the city guys as they are more traditional and manual in approaching these tasks.
People today can be lazier than the people of the past, but as a whole we have accomplished more in modern times than people in the past had. We use our new technologies to accomplish everyday tasks more quickly and then we can accomplish more. Today, a person can accomplish three times as much as a person of the past could. How does that make us lazier?
By having a lot of modern things in life, people get lazier and more dependent on machines. The high demand of modern machines like washing machine, coffee maker and others, make the value of money keep increasing. As a result, we need more money to get everything.
People have become reliant on technology and convenience. Many people have stopped growing and butchering their own food. It is easier to hit the drive-thru than to prepare something with your bare hands.