I think there are two sides of view to this question.
At first, I agree that men and women have different natural abilities. This makes them suitable for different types of work. Women are good at looking after children and men are good at earning money for the family. Women are more suited to jobs where they look after people (so-called “caring professions” such as teaching, nursing or social work) and men are more suited to jobs where they make decisions. Women are emotional and men are strong. Women are kinder than men. Men are good at being the boss. This is what happens in most countries and this proves that men and women have different natural abilities that make them suitable for different types of work.
Some people believed that health is more important than money, I also have the same concept as them. Money cannot buy health despite having the ability to acquire the best medical system however; money is earned through hard work. If our health is affected, how would we be able to concentrate on our work to bring back the bacon home? Therefore is it vital that we remain healthy so that we can focus on our work to put food on the table.
Humanistic psychology focuses on the individual as a whole person. Thus humanistic psychology accepts man’s wholeness as a given.
The Freudian view of man as dominated by unconscious instincts is rejected by humanistic psychology.
Many years ago people lived in harmony with the environment. Economists have long thought of the environment as an unlimited source of resources. They
have thought that the atmosphere, forests, rivers and seas are capable of absorbing all the rubbish the economy throws into them. In fact, the economy and the environment are closely related. The environment supplies the economy with all its resources, such as water, timber, minerals and oil. The environment has to absorb all its waste products.
The official number of people in our planet is 6,000,000,000 (six billion)! The world's population is growing. Every new person added to the planet needs food, water, shelter, clothes and fuel. More people mean more car, roads, factories more electricity, throw away more litter and cut down more trees, our planet becomes more and more polluted.
With the development of science and technology, the world is no longer what it used to be. Everyone should master one or more skills in order to survive and succeed in the world. As far as I am concerned, the most important skill one should learn is to teach himself or herself. Nowadays new science and technology develop very rapidly.