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  • Yes, by all means Technology had become a curse rather than a blessing

    Apart from technical point of view, real life measures the right and wrong .. What societies acknowledge as moral standard for individuals is being forgotten when children and teens are growing up under the spot light of entertainment and dependency the machines and social network are offering, you can then imagine how their children are going to obtain a moral standard when their own parents have even forgotten!

  • It's all bad!!

    With the extreme usage of technology, we are loosing the social and mental functions of being human. We're loosing sight to what's important and, we are ultimately suspending our brain functions. It also makes us a lot more prone to accident, and misunderstanding. Why can't we all just live without our phones, computers, and iPads?

  • Technology is Killing Our Work Ethics

    When we create things with our on hands and intellect, we would do it diligently so our efforts are not dissipated. With technology, people have grown lazy and do not experience real essence of hard-work; Instead, the machines do. We need to rely on our brains! Limitless ideas and diversity, unlike the programmed and monotonous gadgets/machines we use today.

  • Of course! Technology is killing our work ethic!

    Technology is absolutely destroying our work ethic. Technology gives us the power to have info that cements the idea of having useful things handed to us. Social media can distract workers. If we would work for our info, then later we will realize that hard work is good, and being lazy just screws us up! Technology will make humans think "Oh! All this information is right here, and now I never have to work hard again!"

  • Yes, technology is killing our work ethic.

    I believe that technology is killing our work ethic. We have become so lazy because of technology. We have become so dependent on our computers to do much of our work. For example, we don't have to look things up in libraries, dictionaries or encyclopedias because the information is just seconds away on the Internet. People at jobs are emailing, checking Facebook or playing computer games instead of working. We just get more and more addicted to technology, and that is interfering with our work ethic.

  • Yes, technology is killing our work ethic.

    I believe that technology is killing our work ethic. We have become so lazy because of technology. We have become so dependent on our computers to do much of our work. For example, we don't have to look things up in libraries, dictionaries or encyclopedias because the information is just seconds away on the Internet. People at jobs are emailing, checking Facebook or playing computer games instead of working. We just get more and more addicted to technology, and that is interfering with our work ethic.

  • NO technology isn't killing our work ethics

    It is all in the mindset of the people. Technology just aids us along the way. It is up to us humans to decide where we are going to go. When we say by browsing Facebook and checking email we are wasting our time. Why don't we try and use those sites more productively.

  • No it helps work

    Technology does allow us to do our jobs easier but that does not mean we have bad work ethic. All because it is easier to get it done doesn't mean we are lazy. Technoliogy is helping us be more productive then ever and I think most people have a good work ethic.

  • Technology Makes Work More Efficient

    Technology isn't killing our work ethic. Technology makes our work more efficient. Laziness is killing our work ethic. No single job is any easier than another. People who simply don't want to show up for work or don't get jobs and live on welfare kill the collective work ethic. Technology replaces low-skilled workers and makes our contemporary society move forward. Laziness is what holds us back.

  • Technology is not killing our work ethic.

    Technology is not killing our work ethic. It is instead changing the way we work. Our work ethic is not going downhill or anything. I think that we are in a different time and age than most people with "better work ethics" are familiar with. So I think it's silly to think our ethic is worse.

  • Technology is not killing our work ethic.

    Technology is not killing our work ethic. Technology is just helping us get a lot more work done in a shorter amount of time. I think technology as it advances is good for everyone. We should not have to work so hard to get the same results. Technology is only making us work more efficiently.

  • Technology is not killing our work ethic.


    Technology is not killing our work ethic. This is because of the fact that technology helps humanity in work, and enables us to perform more tasks than we ever could before. The few negative consequences of using technology are much less in comparison to the huge positive gains towards work ethic we've had because of it.

  • No it is not.

    Technology is not killing our work ethic. Technology is improving out work ethic, and allowing us to work faster and much more accurately. Without technology, things at work would be much slower, and work would be very repetitive. This will bore workers, and their effort and ethic will be worse.

  • No, of course not

    No, it is not. Technology is simply a tool to better production and improve the general quality and efficiency of life. What is killing the modern work ethic is corporate greed. While the desire of large companies to produce larger profits has always been a constant, once upon a time the cost of living was far more tolerable, even on minimum wage. These days, what people earn is NOT equal to what is expected of them and companies find all the corners to cut that they possibly can, including simply outsourcing jobs overseas.

  • No, it is not.

    Technology is simply a tool to better production and improve the general quality and efficiency of life. What is killing the modern work ethic is corporate greed. While the desire of large companies to produce larger profits has always been a constant, once upon a time the cost of living was far more tolerable, even on minimum wage. These days, what people earn is NOT equal to what is expected of them and companies find all the corners to cut that they possibly can, including simply outsourcing jobs overseas.

  • No, it is not.

    Technology is simply a tool to better production and improve the general quality and efficiency of life. What is killing the modern work ethic is corporate greed. While the desire of large companies to produce larger profits has always been a constant, once upon a time the cost of living was far more tolerable, even on minimum wage. These days, what people earn is NOT equal to what is expected of them and companies find all the corners to cut that they possibly can, including simply outsourcing jobs overseas.


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