Being stressed out because of| | |work can cause you not to like your job, lose sleep at night, become irritated with co-workers, cause | | |headaches, and lower your morale. | |Identify a situation in which you experienced stress in the workplace or provide a |I was a manager at a restaurant at the time. Usually I worked by myself up until an hour before lunch, | |fictional example. |because it was too slow to have any employees there any earlier. This one day my employee was running | | |late.
With war comes with a price, the weapons from guns to armory and the bravery of our men and women that have to survive in harsh conditions. Being thousands of miles away, missing loved ones at the dinner table on special occasions, all is a factor of a sociological of imagination. Another topic that caught my eye significantly was the issue on unemployment. Millions of Americans are without jobs and are collecting unemployment money. With the harsh conditions of the society, people without jobs cannot afford to survive.
This frantic poverty and gross inequality marked the Russian society. The Czar and the aristocracy, as well as Russia’s capitalist class, lived in opulent luxury in palaces such as the Hermitage, while most Russians literally did not have food, and suffered from skyrocketing costs. In the countryside most farmers still used wooden ploughs. Hundreds of thousands died from epidemics on a regular basis. 1/3 of all Russian babies died before their first birthday.
It’s difficult to conceptualize how some people hold multiple jobs to support their family and continue to struggle to pay for life’s basic necessities. Tara faces difficult choices, as a single-mother of two children, most of the time she does not have enough money to cover the bills and the rent. They sometimes cannot afford to buy food. Other times, they may have to go without needed prescriptions drugs she takes for high blood pressure. It is a constant struggle, Tara as a hospital food service worker, making a gross income of just over $20k per year.
My body aches and needs sleep. The factory is so dark and stuffy. The machines are always exposed so it isn’t rare to see other workers injured. We only get at least an hour break a day, which doesn’t compare to the 14 hour or more work day. This isn’t healthy or safe for any of us to be working in any longer.
There were many long and short term causes of the 1905 revolution; Russia was in a bad state at the time with prisons overflowing with convicts innocent of any real crime, there were soldiers on the city streets ready to shoot anyone on a whim. Censorship was strong with no one being able to practice religious and political freedom, with things no better in the country side where famine and poverty was rife. Also there was heavy taxation and expensive rent for farm land. One of the key events that kicked off the start of the revolution was bloody Sunday, On the 22ed of January Farther Gapon an orthodox priest was leading a peaceful march of workers and families at the winter palace in St Petersburg, to present a loyal petition to the tsar asking him to use his authority to help with the desperate conditions. However the march induced panic in the police and the army who fired upon the march and charged with cavalry.
Most of them worked up to 19 hours a day, with one-hour total break. Large, heavy and dangerous equipment was very common for children to be using. Many children ended up injured or even dead. The air they breathed from the oil or other substances, the little regard paid to their cleanliness, and the frequent changes from a warm and dense to cold and thin atmosphere were causes to sickness. The treatment of children in factories was often cruel and unusual, and the children’s safety was generally neglected.
Over the last several years, wait time and corruption inside of the Veterans Affairs Health Care administration have lead to massive delays, with some patients never even being seen. In some of the worse cases, such delays have resulted in death. One such example is in Phoenix, where “40 veterans died while waiting to see a doctor, 1700 were confirmed to be on a secret waiting list, and others?f average wait times were almost 4 months. Yet the hospital administrator was paid a $9,000 bonus for her 'quality outcomes'.”(Vliet 34). The source of the issue is that there are too many veterans needing medical assistance and not enough resources to manage the demand in a timely manner, which causes overcrowding in Veteran medical centers country wide.
In addition, the takeover of railway lines of the army thwarted food, armours and weapons to reach the army quickly. In Moscow only, they have been receiving 2,000 railway wagons of grain per month in 1914 but until 1916, it had been cutting down to 300 wagons. This was not enough to feed people in the city per day. This resulted in the people of Russian become irritated and take part in the strike forcing the Tsar to abdicate. Secondly, the economy of Russia was awfully damaged.