When a person begins to hate his job, and his salary is not enough even for basic needs, he needs to get out of the poverty trap at any cost.
A person runs the risk of becoming poor no matter how much money he has now.
If an individual is tired of his work, he spends more and more time in the office, ignores his own hobbies, does not start a relationship and does not rest at all, he can hardly be called happy, even with a huge bank account.
What is the poverty trap?
This is a situation in which an individual ceases to devote due time to his work and begins to live on social benefits.
The poverty trap can also be viewed as a broader concept. This is not about the money that a person has, but about the property that he owns. The poverty trap can be dangerous not only for a person without an official job, but also for an individual with millions in his account.
The problem here is not how much money a person has, or if there is any at all, but how he perceives the opportunity to earn money and the activities he is engaged in. No matter how much a person has, he wants more. It is then that he falls into the trap.
Who is at risk?
Individuals performing low-skilled work
Any work for a person will be noble, but not always an individual will receive good money for his work. For example, today builders can receive both 30 thousand rubles and 90 thousand rubles. Of course, the region in which a person works also affects the amount of wages.
Of course, not all handymen are at risk. If a person has the experience and the necessary knowledge, then he, one way or another, he will be able to get well in life. However, not all employees can gain experience and receive important information.
But what does the poverty trap have to do with it?
The problem is that if a child grew up in a family where the parents worked in a low-skilled position, then, most likely, growing up, such a person will have difficulty making ends meet.
And it’s not just about finances, but how people perceive them. Children raised by poor parents take work for granted, they don’t think that their professional activity should give positive emotions. Therefore, such individuals in adulthood do not strive for career growth and are content with little.